It looks like we might finally get a chance to see Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford in live action. Last week head coach Chip Kelly revealed that he expects Bradford to play in the second preseason game against the Ravens, and that plan seems in tact heading into Saturday's game.

After a strong start to training camp, Bradford is simply excited to get back on the field after missing so much time with two separate torn ACLs during the last two years.

"I think there's a lot of emotions," Bradford said, per Bleeding Green Nation. "I think I'm excited to get back on the field, first of all. It's been a long time. Obviously, last year I felt I worked really hard to get back to being in football shape and I was ready to go. And then, obviously, I got hurt again.

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"So I'm just excited to get back out there. I think there are some butterflies in there getting back out on the field knowing that I'm going to take a few hits, take them, get up, and get going again."

Bradford has been exceptionally sharp during the Eagles' joint practices with the Ravens this past week. He will look to carry that over to live game action.

(h/t Bleeding Green Nation)