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Cardinals reportedly to sign Sam Bradford

Cards Wire logo Cards Wire 3/13/2018 Jess Root

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It appears the Arizona Cardinals have found their 2018 starting quarterback. After losing out on Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum, they have settled on Sam Bradford, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The deal will reportedly be for two years.

It will supposedly have protection for the team in case of injury.

Bradford spent the last two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, but only played in two games.

He has a history of injuries, but stayed healthy in 2015 and 2016. In his first season with the Vikings, he completed nearly 70 percent of his passes, had 20 touchdown and only five interceptions.

Bradford is 30 years old. With this signing, the Cardinals are likely to use one of their first couple of draft picks on a quarterback.


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