The author was saying that this is Bradford's team, and that if he came out of the game it would seem like a prima donna move. Not that by staying in he was being a prima donna
If there's any question at all about Bradford's mobility he shouldn't play. It's not worth getting him injured worse given the team's 0-5 record.
I think he will play , As mentioned above we would have heard by now , plus as my buddy AvengerRam mentioned it the not the he uses to pass with . Lets see what happens thru the week , But lets remember that's football . Even tho I would like to see our O line to get better .