Vikings' Sam Bradford Is Expected To Sign With Cardinals

Esther Moore
March 15, 2018

Sam Bradford must have the best sales pitch in the NFL.

The Minnesota Vikings quarterback is expected to join the Arizona Cardinals as a free agent, NFL Media's Tiffany Blackmon reported Tuesday via Twitter. The new contract contains $15 million in guarantees.

One terms the Sam Bradford signing as a gross overpayment to an injury-prone underachiever whose left knee won't hold up for more than eight games before he lands on the shelf and forces Chicago Bears 2017 free-agent bust Mike Glennon into action. He only appeared in two games in 2017, due to a lingering knee issue. The last time he completed less than 65.0-percent of his passes was in 2013. Still available are AJ McCarron, Teddy Bridgewater and Josh McCown, who quarterbacked the Jets last season. His 71.6% completion percentage set a new National Football League single season record. He threw 23 touchdown passes to five interceptions and averaged 7.2 yards per attempt in 17 starts. But with the Bills short on options and not likely to be in play for Kirk Cousins, Bradford and Keenum are logical fits, particularly when it comes to the scheme. On March 10, 2015, he was traded from the Rams to the Eagles. The Eagles intend to keep Super Bowl-winning QB Nick Foles as insurance against starter Carson Wentz's ACL surgery recovery. It was an up-and-down season for Bradford.

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Bradford has more experience in that role and he's had some success over the years when healthy. He showed a lot of promise and poise in the pocket, throwing for 3,512 yards, 18 touchdowns, and 15 interceptions.

In other roster moves, the Cardinals announced that they have released running back Adrian Peterson after a half-season in the desert that included a pair of impressive games and a season-ending injury.

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