Sam Bradford intends to sign with Arizona Cardinals according to reports

Sam Bradford intends to sign with Arizona Cardinals according to reports

The move to get Bradford is reminiscent of the Cardinals signing Palmer, a former No. 1 overall pick with a fantastic deep ball and a guy with a ton of upside, but someone who was largely cast aside because of injuries. Bradford was the third domino in a wild market for veteran signal callers that opened this week. He would be dealt to the Philadelphia Eagles in 2015 and then traded to the Minnesota Vikings in '16 and put up very respectable numbers with those clubs. Bradford looked exceptional in Week 1 past year for the Vikings, but dealt with a knee injury and was usurped by Case Keenum.

Now the former Sooner is saying later to the Twin Cities.

The biggest potential issue from our vantage point - Bradford's ghastly injury track record notwithstanding - is the state of the Arizona Cardinals offensive line. The deal includes $15 million guaranteed and a one-year option for $20 million, per Schefter.

The coincidence is somewhat incredible.

According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, the Bills are interested Sam Bradford and Case Keenum, two free-agent quarterbacks of the Minnesota Vikings. Bradford could be a bridge quarterback before the team addresses its long-term future at the position later. With Kirk Cousins agreeing to terms with the Purple Gang, Cards' general manager Steve Keim had to act fast and get someone from the free-agent pool.