It's been a positive few weeks for Eagles linebacker Nigel Bradham.
He had arguably the best game of his NFL career in Week 6 against the Panthers, and he is now no longer facing second-degree misdemeanor charges for a legal issue dating back to 2016, Miami-Dade County court records show.
Bradham had a court date at 9:30 a.m. Monday; he was presumably represented by his attorney.
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TMZ Sports first reported that charges were dropped.
Bradham, you'll remember, was arrested around this time last year at Miami International Airport for carrying a loaded weapon in a seldom-used zippered compartment of his backpack.
"How does that happen?" Bradham said last year. "I forgot - it's as simple as that."
He's now off the hook.
"The state had no case against him and they found that it wasn't something he should be criminally sanctioned for," Bradham's attorney, Adam Swickle, told TMZ, also adding that Bradham had a valid concealed weapons permit.
The incident did prompt defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz to offer maybe his best quote.
"You do dumbass things," Schwartz said, "pretty soon, you're going to be labeled as a dumbass."
In July, Bradham also avoided punishment for a felony battery charge he faced for an altercation with a Miami hotel worker in July of 2016. This July, he entered a deferred prosecution program to avoid jail time and to stay out of court.
Without the legal issues hovering over his head, Bradham is playing his best football.