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Cardinals To Sign Sam Bradford

Cardinals To Sign Sam Bradford

Cardinals To Sign Sam Bradford

They needed a quarterback - desperately - since they didn't have one under contract for 2018 heading into the legal tampering period Monday afternoon that precedes the start of free agency on Wednesday. They wanted someone who could win now.

Sam Bradford must have the best sales pitch in the NFL.

The Cardinals are set to sign former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford, according to multiple reports Tuesday.

Did the Cardinals make a good choice with Bradford?

. He has a career 34-45-1 record as a pro, which includes stints with the Rams, Vikings and Philadelphia Eagles. He could also be the ideal quarterback to mentor and help groom a rookie for the future.

After trading Tyrod Taylor to the Cleveland Browns for a third-round pick last week, the Buffalo Bills are in need of a quarterback. And now Bradford gets another $20 million this year with the Cardinals.

It just depends on if he stays healthy. And that's a big if.

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The Cardinals remain a candidate to take a quarterback early in the National Football League draft next month. He also missed 14 games in 2017.

Instead, Minnesota turned to Keenum, who threw for 3,500 yards, 22 touchdowns and seven interceptions while leading the Vikings to the NFC Championship Game.

Entering 2017, expectations were high. Bradford had a quick stretch in Minnesota where he looked like a stellar player.

While in purple, Bradford went 9-8 as a starter and finished with a 71.8 percent completion percentage, 23 touchdowns, five interceptions and a 101.1 quarterback rating. While lighting up the New Orleans Saints in the season opener, Bradford sustained a non-contact left knee injury that would doom his season.

The Cardinals are counting on this litany of injuries coming to an end.

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