Monday’s roundup: Bradford reports to Eagles workouts

Associated Press

Philadelphia — Quarterback Sam Bradford returned for voluntary workouts with the Eagles after asking for a trade last month.

Bradford issued a statement Monday saying he’s “committed” to his teammates and the organization.

He signed a two-year contract worth $36 million with $22 million guaranteed before the Eagles traded up twice in the NFL draft and selected Carson Wentz with the No. 2 overall pick.

“I'm excited to be back on the field today with my teammates and coaches,” Bradford said.

“The business side of football is sometimes a necessary consideration. My attention and efforts are focused on the participation in and preparation for a championship season.”

The Eagles also signed Chase Daniel to a three-year, $21-million deal to back up Bradford.

New coach Doug Pederson stressed during Bradford’s two-week absence that the team wanted him to return and be the starter.

Extra points

Former Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis and former Vikings receiver Cris Carter will not return to ESPN for NFL coverage this fall, according to reports. The network reportedly is hiring former Vikings receiver Randy Moss from Fox Sports.

... Sean McDonough will replace Mike Tirico as the play-by-play man on “Monday Night Football,” ESPN announced. Tirico, who lives in Ann Arbor, officially joined NBC on Monday.

... The Titans agreed to terms with six of their 10 draft picks, including Heisman Trophy winner Derrick Henry.

Those agreeing to terms include two of their three selections in the second round with defensive lineman Austin Johnson of Penn State and Henry from Alabama, the 45th pick overall.

That leaves only four draft picks still unsigned, including the eighth pick overall in offensive tackle Jack Conklin of Michigan State.

... First-round pick, receiver Josh Doctson and five other Washington draft choices signed with the team.

... The Raiders signed free agent defensive end Damontre Moore a week after he was released by the Dolphins.