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Position
LB
 
Jersey
55
Name  Stewart Bradley
Born  11/2/1983
Height  6-4
Weight  258
College  Nebraska
8/19/2013 4:30:00 PM
Description: Denver linebacker Stewart Bradley will miss a couple of weeks after wrist surgery, according to Mike Klis of the Denver Post.
Insight: By itself that wouldn't mean much, but add in the Von Miller suspension and the Broncos are getting mighty thin at linebacker. Denver opens the season with a couple of tough assignments - Super Bowl champion Baltimore and the New York Giants.
 
7/21/2011 2:18:00 PM
Description: Free agent linebacker Stewart Bradley would love to re-sign with the Philadelphia Eagles and work towards bringing the city of Philadelphia their first Super Bowl Championship. SOURCE: PHILLY SPORTS DAILY
Insight: But, there is the possibility that Bradley might test the market before he ends up re-signing with the Eagles, if that's the case. Bradley's durability has been a question over the past couple seasons. He's played in 12 games this past season and in 2009 missed the entire season due to a torn ACL.
 
1/10/2011 10:57:00 AM
Description: The Eagles could move LB Stewart Bradley to strong-side linebacker next year. SOURCE: PHILLY.COM
Insight: Middle linebacker Jamar Chaney continued to play very well in Bradley's absence, picking up ten solo tackles and a forced fumble in the wild-card game against the Packers Sunday. This is a good move considering Bradley played strong side at Nebraska and Moise Fokou just isn't the answer. Weak-side 'backer Ernie Sims is not expected to be back.
 
12/23/2010 1:59:00 PM
Description: Eagles LB Stewart Bradley (dislocated elbow) is expected to regain his starting job when healthy. SOURCE: TWITTER
Insight: Bradley wasn't placed on injured reserve in the hopes he will be ready if/when the team makes the playoffs. Fill-in Jamar Chaney was IDP gold against the Giants, racking up 16 total tackles and a forced fumble, but Stewart shouldn't lose his job.
 
12/13/2010 9:04:00 AM
Description: Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports Eagles' head coach Andy Reid said Bradley (elbow) is likely done for the season after dislocating his elbow on Sunday night against Dallas.
Insight: Rookie Jamar Chaney will step in as the Eagles' starting MLB, and could be worth adding in IDP leagues. (RapidDraft.com)
 
9/15/2010 1:08:00 PM
Description: Eagles LB Stewart Bradley (concussion) reportedly failed the second phase of his concussion testing Wednesday. SOURCE: PHILLY.COM
Insight: The defense looked like it fell apart when Bradley was out for the second half of the game against Green Bay. If Bradley sits against Detroit, Jahvid Best gets a bump or two in the rankings. Omar Gaither is not a worthwhile IDP option if he has to start.
 
9/13/2010 1:37:00 PM
Description: Per the NFL's concussion policy, Eagles LB Stewart Bradley is expected to see an independent doctor on Thursday or Friday. SOURCE: TWITTER
Insight: Questions are beginning to surface as to why the training staff allowed Bradley to go back into the game after getting his bell rung. We would be surprised if Bradley started Week Two. If not, Omar Gaither will get the start at middle linebacker.
 
8/3/2010 12:30:00 PM
Description: After missing time with a hamstring injury, Eagles LB Stewart Bradley was back at practice Monday afternoon. SOURCE: PHILLY.COM
Insight: Bradley suffered a mild hamstring strain, but it doesn't sound like anything major. Owners should still rank him as they normally would. It sounds like he is 100 percent over his torn knee injury from last year.
 
7/23/2010 6:22:00 PM
Description: Eagles LB Stewart Bradley said his reconstructed knee is no longer an issue. SOURCE: PHILLY.COM
Insight: Despite coming off a torn ACL, the injury happened far back enough (August/2009) that it shouldn't have too much of an affect on him. He could go lower in your draft because of the injury, but there is enough upside for great value if you can get him later.
 
7/23/2010 3:35:00 PM
Description: The Philadelphia Daily News reports Bradley said his surgically repaired right knee is no longer an issue.
Insight: Bradley tore his ACL last August, and now looks ready to be the Eagles' starting middle linebacker again this season. He should be a solid player in IDP leagues. (SportsBuff.com)
 
4/28/2010 12:05:00 AM
Description: Philadelphia Eagles.com reports Bradley (knee) has been medically cleared to begin practicing.
Insight: Bradley suffered a torn ACL during training camp and missed the entire 2009 season. He should be ready to start at middle linebacker again for the Eagles in 2010. (SportsBuff.com)
 
3/22/2010 3:37:00 PM
Description: Adam Caplan of Scout.com reports, via Twitter, that Bradley (knee) wrapped up his rehab from a torn ACL a couple weeks ago.
Insight: Bradley tore his ACL early in training camp and missed the entire 2009 season. If he can return to full strength, he could be worth attention from owners in IDP leagues. (SportsBuff.com)
 
1/5/2010 2:38:00 PM
Description: According to Philly.com, Bradley (right knee) "appeared perfectly healthy" when he was spotted at the Eagles' complex on Monday.
Insight: Bradley torn the ACL in his right knee early in training camp, and is now five months removed from the injury. He should be ready to take back his starting MLB spot at the start of training camp. (SportsBuff.com)
 
Out8/3/2009 4:01:00 PM
Description: Bradley reportedly suffered a torn ACL on Sunday, and will miss the entire 2009 season. (Pro Football Talk.com)
Insight: Bradley, Philadelphia's leading tackler in 2008, will likely be replaced at MLB by Omar Gaither, who does not possess the same big-play ability as Bradley. This is a blow to the fantasy value of the Eagles' defense.
 
12/28/2008 11:24:00 AM
Description: Stewart Bradley is expected to be a game-time decision for the Eagles' 4:15 game today after suffering a rib fracture last week. He didn't practice all week and is not a safe bet at all for IDP owners. You should go for another player. He'll be replaced by Omar Gaither, who started in the middle for the Eagles last season. (SportsBuff.com)
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