Arizona Cardinals to sign quarterback Sam Bradford

Arizona Cardinals to sign quarterback Sam Bradford

With the Minnesota Vikings' quarterback situation settled, other pieces appear to be falling into place.

The Arizona Cardinals are heading to the bargain bin for their veteran quarterback once again, following a similar mold to their last addition of Carson Palmer, by signing Sam Bradford in free agency according to multiple reports.

In the hectic QB shuffle, the Vikings have watched two signal-callers go, as Case Keenum earlier agreed to a contract with the Broncos, and imported a big fish, landing the cream of the market crop in Kirk Cousins, who had not even visited the Jets. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported the deal will be for one year and $20 million, with $15 guaranteed. All three deals can become official when the new league year begins Wednesday.

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Bradford had an outstanding 2016 season for the Vikings, but lingering knee problems as a result of previous surgeries to fix an ACL caused him to miss most of the 2017 season. His 101.1 quarterback with Minnesota was the best mark of the four teams he has played with.

The Oklahoma alum, of course, has a lengthy injury history. He even missed the entire 2014 season with an ACL injury.

Bradford isn't an elite option at the position-he's never thrown for more than 21 touchdowns in a season-but at the very least he's a steady short-term option.