The Arizona Cardinals and quarterback Sam Bradford have made his signing official. In order to actually sign his contract, Bradford had to pass his physical.

This was not necessarily considered a slam dunk ahead of time considering the last time we saw Bradford play, he looked to be in pain. Due to a lingering knee injury, Bradford played in only two games in 2017.

Fortunately for the Cardinals, Bradford received that clean bill of health he needed to finalize a contract. He signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals for $20 million. Banking on him staying healthy, the Cardinals generously guaranteed Bradford $15 million.

Many have their doubts about Bradford due to his injury-plagued career. But at the end of the day, his financial business is between him and his new team.

Rachel Wold
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