Bills have 'some interest' in QB Sam Bradford — NFL free agency

Posted March 15, 2018

The truth resides somewhere in between those two extreme opinions, as tiresome as it makes this column's clickability.

Bradford played in just two games for the Minnesota Vikings a year ago as he battled a knee injury, and he spent some time on injured reserve. That is troubling, no matter what the current bill of health or the Cardinals' rose-colored projections say.

For his career, Bradford has started 80 games with the Vikings, Rams and Eagles. He also completed an impressive 71.6 percent of his throws, which led all passers.

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Bradford presumably will serve as the 2018 starter while Arizona develops a young quarterback behind him.

Then again, Weddle plays for a Ravens outfit that features one of the league's most anemic offenses and one that, truthfully, might be more effective with Bradford under center. Bradford is a wait-and-see proposition.

What that typically means for contracts the Cardinals give out is a chunk of the money guaranteed comes in the form of a roster bonus for each game in which he is active.

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The Cardinals didn't get Alex Smith because Mr. Smith is going to Washington.

Schefter reports defensive back Aaron Colvin will sign a 4-year deal with the Houston Texans. The eighth is expected to be Cousins, who will get into town Wednesday night to visit the Vikings' new Eagan headquarters. Earlier in the day, Arizona announced that they would be bringing Sam Bradford to Phoenix. After that, the former first overall pick was plagued by injuries and only managed to play two more quarters of football all year.

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