Sam Bradford Signs Huge Deal With Arizona Cardinals

The Arizona Cardinals may not be happy for missing out on Kirk Cousins and Case Keenum. Now they have to act happy for accepting leftovers. There’s a serious dropoff, and the team should better work on finding an efficient solution. The Cardinals are now having Sam Bradford, and ESPN’s Adam Schefter was the first to spill the news about Bradford’s signing.

“Sam Bradford intends to sign with Arizona, source tells ESPN,” Schefter said.

Bradford joined the National Football League accompanied by his amazing capacity, but he didn’t have much luck throughout the season. The great number of injuries have destroyed his chances of proving his talent. Bradford has had a full season twice in eight years. However, he’s still considered a starter by numerous NFL teams. Oh, yes, he earns like one, too.

“The #AZCardinals are signing QB Sam Bradford to a 1-year deal worth $20M, source said, with an option year at $20M,” Ian Rapoport tweeted.

So, why would anyone give $20 million to a player with a degenerative knee condition? Is this too bold or what? Maybe Arizona is aware of the consequences, and they seem to be willing to take the risk.

Bradford knows how to flow through the game at his best. He managed to trow 20 touchdowns in 2016, and the Minnesota Vikings had a 7-8 record in 15 starts.