The Philadelphia Eagles are looking to sign quarterback Sam Bradford to a contract extension, not expected to be a long-term one, according to a report from ESPN.

ESPN reports the team is looking to lock up Bradford past the 2015 season – the former first overall draft pick is scheduled to be a free agent after this year – but likely not as long as the five or six years some top quarterbacks are getting.

Bradford, fully recovered from the second ACL injury of his career, has been running with the Eagles’ first team early in training camp ahead of Mark Sanchez.

ESPN reports Eagles’ head coach Chip Kelly wants a QB to build the team around and Bradford has made a strong impression, but the 27-year-old carries the reputation of being injury prone after missing 31 games in five years with the St. Louis Rams, including all of last season.