By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — What percent chance would you put on Sam Bradford re-signing with the Philadelphia Eagles?

Former team president Joe Banner would say at least 90-percent. Eagles reporter Eliot Shorr-Parks would say about 70-percent.

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Banner, who worked as the Eagles’ president from 1995-2012, now works as an NFL analyst for ESPN and has become one of the most interesting and informative Twitter personalities.

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FOX Sports’ Mike Garafolo reported over the weekend that the Eagles “upped” their offer to Bradford, who is set to become a free-agent on March 9th if he is not re-signed or franchise tagged. On Monday, Garafolo told the 94WIP Mike & Ike Show that he believes the Eagles’ offered Bradford a multiple-year, incentive based deal worth about $12 to $15 million per season.

 

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