After playing only 2 games last year, Sam Bradford is the Arizona Cardinals’ new solution at QB. Bradford signed a one-year, $20M deal with $15M guaranteed and a one-year option for $20M.
The 30-year-old threw for 3,877 yards and 20 touchdowns in 15 games in 2016. He replaces Carson Palmer, who retired this offseason.
The Cardinals potentially only have one year left with legendary WR Larry Fitzgerald in the slot and are looking to become a competitor with Bradford on the roster.