Cardinals release Bradford
Quarterback lost starting job to rookie Rosen; Peterman to start at QB for Buffalo
The Arizona Cardinals have released quarterback
Bradford, whose eight NFL seasons have been plagued by injuries, signed a one-year, $20 million contract — with $15 million guaranteed — in the offseason. He started the first three games before being replaced by rookie
Bradford had been inactive for every game since.
The former No. 1 overall pick out of Oklahoma has 83 career starts with St. Louis, Philadelphia, Minnesota and Arizona.
The Cardinals also announced they had placed offensive lineman (neck) on injured reserve. Arizona (2-6) does not play this week. PETERMAN TO START FOR BILLS:
will start at quarterback for the Buffalo Bills today against the Chicago Bears after was ruled out with a concussion.
The Bills (2-6) said Saturday that Anderson and rookie linebacker
have not cleared concussion protocol. Rookie quarterback has a sprained elbow and already has been ruled out for a third straight game. Anderson was hurt in the final minutes of a 25-6 loss to New England on Monday night. Buffalo signed journeyman on Wednesday to back up Peterman. Peterman was Buffalo’s opening-game starter but has been benched twice this season for poor performances. The secondyear quarterback has thrown nine interceptions in 81 career attempts.