Sam Bradford headed back to the NFC West

2018 NFL free agency Bills have'some interest in QB Sam Bradford

2018 NFL free agency Bills have'some interest in QB Sam Bradford

The free-agency period officially opens at 1:00 on Wednesday.

The Arizona Cardinals solved their short-term situation at quarterback by reportedly picking up Sam Bradford on a one-year, $20 million contract.

With the start of free agency just two days away, reports of interest among teams and players will be frequent.

Sam Bradford, doing what he does best: Playing catch on the sidelines.

But Bradford and Cardinals new offensive coordinator Mike McCoy form an interesting tandem, not to mention plugging the veteran into an offense with a skill group headlined by David Johnson and future Hall of Famer Larry Fitzgerald. He was shut down for the 2017 last season after needing surgery to help fix a bone bruise in his knee. Bradford had a quick stretch in Minnesota where he looked like a stellar player.

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Bradford, the first Sooner to surpass 8,000 career passing yards, was drafted first overall by St. Louis in 2010, then sustained ACL tears in 2013 and 2014. When word leaked that Cousins had a deal with Minnesota, the dominos began to fall for other teams in search of a quarterback. The Cardinals had a vital need at quarterback after Carson Palmer's retirement.

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Bradford spent his last two season with the Minnesota Vikings.

Arizona has a first-year coach in place in Steve Wilks and needs to fill out the quarterback depth chart. Early Tuesday, news broke of Kirk Cousins heading to the Vikings and Case Keenum signing with Denver.

Based upon the staggering $114 million Bradford has earned in eight previous National Football League seasons, Arizona now joins the Rams, Eagles and Vikings as teams who spent big bucks believing he could be a bona fide franchise QB.

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