Just over a month after signing a contract extension with the Eagles, quarterback Sam Bradford wants out of Philadelphia.

The club was informed Monday that Bradford “wants to be traded and he will not be showing up for their off-season program any longer,” ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported, citing a source.

The Eagles last week traded for the second pick in Thursday’s draft and they are widely expected to use the selection on North Dakota State quarterback Carson Wentz.

Bradford signed a two-year, $36 million extension with the Eagles on March 1.

Bradford was originally selected first overall in the 2010 NFL Draft by the St. Louis Rams. But the oft-injured passer has played in just 63 games over five seasons with the Rams and Eagles. He’s played a full 16-game slate just twice.

He’s 25-37-1 with a 60.1 completion percentage, 78 touchdowns and 52 interceptions.