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|Cardinals cut QB Brian Hoyer -- Mon May 13 5:45 pm --|
Stanton and Lindley will backup Carson Palmer
|The Arizona Cardinals on Monday cut quarterback Brian Hoyer, who had been tendered at a second-round level, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter. (ESPN)|
FF Today's Take: With the acquisition of Carson Palmer and Drew Stanton, Hoyer became expendable. Ryan Lindley is currently the teams third string QB. Hoyer played in two games last season, throwing for 330 yards, 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions.
|Arians comfortable with Stanton at QB -- Mon Mar 25 7:00 am --|
Cardinals likely to start season with Stanton at Quarterback
|Question: As a coach, do you ever look at (your quarterbacks) and think to yourself, "Maybe we won’t find one this year?" Do you ever think in terms like that?
Answer: No. We’ve already found one. We found one that I trust, and I feel very comfortable with. Whether we find another that I feel more comfortable with is yet to be seen, but I feel very comfortable with Drew Stanton as a starter, being able to win, go to the playoffs and win the championship. (Arizona Republic)|
FF Today's Take: Stanton backed up Andrew Luck last season in Indianapolis where Arians was the offensive coordinator. Arians has stated that he'd like to name a starter early in camp which favors Stanton over Brian Hoyer or any rookie the Cardinals may take in the draft.
|Matt Cassel headed to Cardinals? -- Wed Feb 27 11:30 pm --|
Arizona rumored to be interested in QB
|Adam Schefter: "Look for Matt Cassel to be one of the quarterbacks on the Cardinals' radar. Cassel also will receive interest from other teams." (Twitter)|
FF Today's Take: Between Kevin Kolb, John Skelton, Ryan Lindley and Brian Hoyer, the Cardinals' quarterbacks left a lot to be desired in 2012. Cassel is not elite, and some might argue that he's not even an average NFL quarterback but a change of scenery and a new offense could re-energize him.