National Football League free agency: Bills have 'some interest' in QB Sam Bradford

National Football League free agency: Bills have 'some interest' in QB Sam Bradford

And it became all but a certainty when the Vikings agreed to acquire free-agent quarterback Kirk Cousins on Tuesday, as Schefter reported.

Quarterback Sam Bradford is set to sign for Arizona Cardinals in the free-agency signing period, according to reports.

First-year Cardinals coach Steve Wilks is starting with a blank slate at quarterback, as last year's starter Carson Palmer retired and none of the backups are under contract.

A source told NFL Media's Ian Rapoport Bradford will sign a lucrative one-year contract, which contains an option for a second season.

Speaking of Bridgewater, it appears he may be close to a deal with the New York Jets. Mike Zimmer described Bradford's knee issue as "degenerative" earlier this month.

After sustaining a torn ACL during a Week 7 game against the Carolina Panthers in 2013 while with the Rams, Bradford missed the entire 2014 season after injuring the same ACL during a preseason game against the Cleveland Browns.

While at Oklahoma, Bradford threw for 8,403 yards and 88 touchdowns in his three years as a Sooner. McCown completed 67.3 percent of his passes for 2,926 yards, 18 touchdowns and nine interceptions. Bradford, who was the Vikings' opening day starter in 2017 before a knee injury essentially ended his season, was one of the top QBs available despite his injury history. He returned in Week 15, throwing his only two passes of the season. He has thrown 101 career touchdown passes and 57 interceptions in 80 career National Football League games.