Former Eagles QB Nate Sudfeld Lands With New Team
Former Eagles quarterback Nate Sudfeld has found a new home, signing a one year deal with the San Francisco 49ers.
Sudfeld appeared in one controversial game for the Eagles in 2020, completing five of twelve passes for 32 yards and an interception in the season finale against Washington.
Sudfeld, a favorite of former head coach Doug Pederson, heads to the west coast with former Eagles assistant Rich Scangarello.
He will likely battle for the No. 3 quarterback position with Josh Rosen and Josh Johnson. San Francisco has Jimmy Garoppolo, but did move up to the No. 3 spot in the NFL draft and is rumored to select a quarterback with the pick, likely Alabama's Mac Jones.
Sudfeld has been with Philadelphia since the 2017 season, appearing in four games. He signed a one-year deal before the 2020 season and spent most of the year as the teams No. 3 quarterback.. He was slated to open the 2019 season as the No. 2 QB, but broke his wrist in a preseason game, forcing the team to add veteran Josh McCown.