Cardinals Not Inclined To Spend Money On A Veteran Quarterback

National Football Post reports that the Cards will not go out and spend big money on a veteran QB.

One of the many teams in the hunt for a starting quarterback is the Arizona Cardinals who, a year later, are still working on the not so small task of replacing Kurt Warner. Marc Bulger, who followed Warner in St. Louis, has been mentioned as a possibility. If the Cardinals don’t go after a high draft pick – and sitting at No. 5 there is no guarantee Missouri’s Blaine Gabbert will be available when they select – then they’re going to have to fish in an awful small pond of veterans. Compounding the problem is owner Bill Bidwill doesn’t want to spend big for a veteran quarterback at this point. One league source said ownership isn’t inclined to do anything more than the $4 million, one-year contract that Warner was given in 2005 after his not so successful stint with the New York Giants.


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