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 spent the last two seasons with the Minnesota Vikings, but only played in two games. The veteran quarterback posted the league's highest completion percentage in his first season with the Vikings, and Bradford, 30, looked poised for a breakout year in 2017. While lighting up the New Orleans Saints in the season opener, Bradford sustained a non-contact left knee injury that would doom his season.
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According to the NFL Network, Bradford has said his knee injury subsided in recent months, allowing him to return to practice ahead of the postseason, and that he "absolutely" intends to keep playing in 2018.
Jimmy Kempski, a writer for the Philly Voice, tweeted that if Bradford collects the entire $20 million from year one of the contract, he'll have made $134.1 million in his career - but has won just 34 games, and never more than seven in a season. 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. He also has had 57 interceptions and 33 fumbles.