The snaps represent Bradford's first foray into competitive drills since arriving from St. Louis in a trade this offseason. Bradford missed all of last season after suffering a torn ACL during a preseason game. It was the same ACL Bradford tore during the 2013 season.
Bradford's work on Tuesday comes five days after Eagles coach Chip Kelly gave a positive report on Bradford's post-surgery progress.
"He is on schedule," Kelly said last Thursday. "We all think there's three phases: There's medical rehab, there's performance rehab and then there's prepare to play. He's probably right at the tail end of medical rehab. He'll probably start throwing some 7-on-7 next week, but I think he's right on schedule in terms of where he is."