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Travel Sam Bradford has no regrets, ready to move on with Eagles

"There's no promises in this business."Wentz said there's been "no tension" with Bradford in the quarterback room. The former North Dakota State star will learn behind Bradford and Daniel for a while."I'm not going to hide anything and if I can do something to help him become a better player, I'm going to do it," Bradford said. He knows he'll be onto his eighth after this season or next because the Eagles went all-in for Wentz."You have to realize what the situation is," Bradford said.
The Denver Post
17/05
63 Points
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Sports Carson Wentz mania reigns supreme in North Dakota

Philadelphia Eagles merchandise is about to become a hot item in North Dakota.Bismarck native and former North Dakota State University standout quarterback Carson Wentz was drafted No. 2 by the Eagles in the first round of the NFL draft Thursday night.Fans in Bismarck and Fargo .
The Denver Post
29/04
8 Points

Sports NFL Draft: Jared Goff, Carson Wentz rated lower than JaMarcus Russell

They carry a 91 rating, below Robert Griffin III -- and JaMarcus Russell.Thanks to BusinessInsider.com for alerting us. (Again, we're assuming Goff goes to the Rams and Wentz to the Eagles, or vice versa, when the draft gets underway later today.)Stanford's Andrew Luck held the highest rating of the quarterbacks examined, with a 99 out of 100 when he turned pro in 2012.Just below Luck were Alex Smith and Eli Manning, with 98s.Goff and Wentz.
San Jose Mercury News
29/04
14 Points
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Sports Top quarterbacks eager to learn next destination at NFL Draft

Carson Wentz grinned as he sent a line of boys and girls through a footwork drill.It was all smiles for the quarterbacks on the eve of the NFL draft. The only question is which one of them becomes the centerpiece for the NFL's return to Los Angeles with the Rams, and which one heads to Philadelphia at No. They might not know exactly where they are going, but they know they won't have to wait very long to find out."Excited for whatever happens," Goff said Wednesday.
The Denver Post
28/04
8 Points
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