Cardinals To Sign Sam Bradford

Tricia Pearson
March 15, 2018

It's far more damning when a player gets publicly eviscerated by one of his own, especially a peer as accomplished and well-regarded as Weddle.

The former No. 1-overall pick of the Rams will be signing with the Arizona Cardinals, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter. Adding to the exodus, quarterback Teddy Bridgewater is reportedly expected to draw interest from the New York Jets should the Vikings sign Cousins. He'll become the Cardinals' presumed starter as early as Wednesday since they don't now have any quarterbacks under contract. Bradford had a quick stretch in Minnesota where he looked like a stellar player.

Case Keenum replaced him and never gave up the starting job. When word leaked that Cousins had a deal with Minnesota, the dominos began to fall for other teams in search of a quarterback.

The Arizona Cardinals seemed to have found their short-term quarterback replacement for Carson Palmer.

Logan wasn't just a washout.

The 30-year-old is coming off a season in which he played two games before knee surgery felled him.

This left Arizona and new head coach Steve Wilks in a bind entering the offseason.

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As one quarterback opening fills up, that's another team to eliminate as a trade candidate for Eagles' Nick Foles.

On the flip side, Bradford completed an NFL-best 71.6 percent of his passes in 2016 with Minnesota.

Bradford has more experience in that role and he's had some success over the years when healthy.

He went 7-8. His remaining career record is 27-37-1.

After trading Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns for a third-round pick last week, the Buffalo Bills are in need of a quarterback.

Maybe the Cardinals can manage to salvage another QB off the National Football League scrap heap like with Palmer and Kurt Warner earlier this century.

Because of the knee injury, Bradford wasn't even able to return to practice until January but surely will have to pass a physical, if he hasn't already, for the Cardinals. They have two now, but the biggest piece of the puzzle is yet to come in the NFL Draft in Arlington, Texas, April 26-28.

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