The Arizona Cardinals are reportedly replacing one Heisman Trophy-winning quarterback with another.
The former Heisman Trophy victor and first-round pick by the St. Louis Rams in 2010 has made $114 million over his career, but injuries have haunted Bradford.
Unfortunately, the now-veteran signal-caller has been unable to play an entire season since. 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. Once Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum were off the board, it makes sense to chase Bradford as a bridge as the Cardinals continue to look for a young alternative to be the long-term starter.
Limited to two games in 2017 because of a knee injury, Bradford became a free agent after his second season with the Minnesota Vikings.
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The 30-year-old Bradford has dealt with several knee injuries throughout his career. His 101.1 quarterback with Minnesota was the best mark of the four teams he has played with. He had a solid season for the 8-8 Vikings, throwing for 3,877 yards, 20 touchdowns and five interceptions while completing 71.6 percent of his passes.
Nonetheless, Bradford brought stability to the quarterback position. They have pick No. 15 in the first round.
The Cardinals used Drew Stanton and Blaine Gabbert as starters over the remainder of the season; Stanton played the final two games on a torn ACL, according to receiver Larry Fitzgerald. He initially was injured in Week 1, missed Weeks 2-4 and saw his comeback in Week 5 end before halftime when he re-aggravated the injury.