The Arizona Cardinals have found their next starting quarterback. Kent Somers reports the Cardinals have agreed to sign former top pick Sam Bradford to a one-year, $18-million-dollar deal with 15-million guaranteed. The deal could reach $20-million with incentives.
The 30-year-old missed all but two games for the Minnesota Vikings last season, and passed for 382 yards and three touchdowns. Bradford has thrown for over 19-thousand yards with 101 TDs and 57 interceptions in 80 starts during eight-year career with the Vikes, Philadelphia Eagles and St. Louis Rams.
He has suffered a pair of ACL tears in the same knee and missed the bulk of 2017 with a knee bruise