Spadaro: Eagles ‘Typically Do Not Order Jerseys’ For Players On One-Year Deals

They were so impressed with Harbaugh’s hardwood skills, Adidas has made him his own Kansas jersey.

Unfortunately there’s a zero percent chance Harbaugh wears this.

But what if you want to rep the jersey of new Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford? Well, those you have to purchase online. Bradford jersey’s are not available at those Eagles Pro Shops.


“With Bradford, as well as somebody like Walter Thurmond, one year contracts. Typically, the Eagles have not ordered jerseys,”Eagles Insider Dave Spadaro explained Wednesday afternoon on the 94WIP Innes And Bruno Show. “You contact Nike with a minimum order, of whatever it is—a couple of hundred jerseys—and they will see if they can make the jerseys.”

Bradford is the starting quarterback, though. Not a fringe-starting cornerback, like Thurmond.

The aforementioned conspiracy is, of course, the Marcus Mariota theory. Many have speculated that Chip Kelly will find a way to acquire his former college quarterback in the NFL draft some way, some how.

“I would have a pretty good sense of what’s happening,” Spadaro said. “When I found out about Nick Foles…I was floored, stunned, shocked. I certainly would know before Fanatics or the Pro Shop would know.

“If Marcus Mariota drops, by some crazy full-moon scenario and he’s there at [No.] 15 then you think about it,” he continued. “But the expectation, fully, among people in the NFL is that Marcus Mariota will be a top one-to-six pick and in that case the Eagles will not attempt to move up.”

On Wednesday night Jim Harbaugh rocked the highlight-show world by stepping onto the court with the Kansas Jayhawks and tossing down a halfcourt shot.