NFL owners: I want to hear what the other 49ers say about trade negotiations

NFL owners and executives are meeting Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings to begin negotiating an unprecedented trade package.

The league is expected to announce a deal with the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles that would send quarterback Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings.

Bradford is expected, however, to sign with another team before any deal is reached.

Bradford will become a free agent after the season.

The Eagles, the only team that has been linked to Bradford, are in the market for a quarterback, but they are not interested in trading him.

The NFL is expected Wednesday to announce it is ready to offer a trade package worth $65 million or more to Seattle for Bradford.

The Vikings have interest in Bradford and have shown interest in him in the past.

The Vikings, however are unwilling to give up a first-round pick in 2019 to move up from No. 4 to No. 5 in the NFL draft to acquire Bradford.

If the Vikings did trade Bradford, the first-year quarterback would become a restricted free agent.

The 49ers, meanwhile, have said they are willing to trade Bradford for a draft pick.

The Rams and Eagles have also indicated they are interested in Bradford, but are not willing to give him up.

Bradley would become the fourth quarterback to be traded in NFL history, joining Brett Favre, Peyton Manning and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Bradfield is coming off a career year that included a franchise-record 1,086 passing yards and 13 touchdowns.

He also rushed for 2,500 yards and 16 touchdowns and added six interceptions.

NFL owners and executives are meeting Wednesday at the NFL owners meetings to begin negotiating an unprecedented trade package.The league…