With Carson Palmer Gone; Who Will Play QB for the Cardinals in 2018?

The Cardinals will have a new starting quarterback after Carson Palmer retired after 15 seasons.

Owner Michael Bidwill made it clear the team will place a high priority on finding a signal caller, Darren Urban of Azcardinals.com reports.

Tuesday morning during an appearance on 98.7, Arizona’s Sports Station, Bidwill said, “The quarterback thing will come. I don’t want to sound like we’re being cavalier about it but we’ve got to wait for free agency to start to see who is out there.”

“I know we’re going to be aggressive, we’re going to have a plan.”

Bidwill reiterated the Cardinals will look at free agency and trades – legal “tampering” begins March 12, and trades and signings can be executed starting March 14 – as well as the draft.

For now, there is only planning. “What we can do is we can get ready for free agency,” Bidwill said, noting that the coaches and front office were set to begin three days of meetings Tuesday to rank potential free agents across the league, “including lining them up against our own roster.”

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