Mr. Smith goes to Washington, one less QB for Cards

Posted by Darren Urban on January 30, 2018 – 10:05 pm

Trades aren’t allowed in the NFL for another month and a half, but once March 14 does arrive, there is a doozy waiting for completion. News broke Tuesday night that the Chiefs were trading quarterback Alex Smith to Washington for a third-round pick and emerging star cornerback Kendall Fuller (and will be giving Smith a giant contract extension, since he was heading into the final year of his current deal.)

It means one potential QB for the QB-less Cardinals is off the table. (They reportedly had inquired.) But there is a trickle-down effect. The Chiefs, of course, don’t need a quarterback. They already have Pat Mahomes. But the Redskins, who at 13th in the draft pick two slots in front of the Cardinals, don’t need a quarterback anymore. Smith’s arrival means Washington will allow Kirk Cousins to finally reach free agency, so he will be available if the Cards so choose (although expensive.) But if Cousins goes somewhere, like for instance, the Broncos, Denver won’t need a QB either. And the Broncos currently are slotted fifth in the draft.

There is still a long time before the Cards can officially do much at quarterback, barring re-signing one of their own free-agents-to-be. But starting with the Smith move, the QB carousel has begun.

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59 Responses to “Mr. Smith goes to Washington, one less QB for Cards”

  1. By JonnyYuma on Jan 30, 2018 | Reply

    Smith to Washington, check. Cousins soon to Denver, check. Get on the horn to Buffalo about Tyrod, Mr. Keim.

  2. By NJAzCardsFan on Jan 30, 2018 | Reply

    Cousin’s is not that good nor is he worth $30m/year. The Cards money could be better spent on other FA’s….. I can’t believe the 49er’s got Garapolo. I guess Keim was asleep at the helm on that one…. Keim and company better be prepared to trade up in the draft now…. Maybe we could trade for Derek Anderson??? Is Skeleton still around???
    The Cards QB’s will be Stanton, Gabbert and Barkley by default….. UGH!!!!!!

  3. By hawkkiller on Jan 30, 2018 | Reply

    Nice breakdown Darren, guess thats why u get paid the big bucks.

  4. By El Gallo on Jan 30, 2018 | Reply

    Well how about that.. So much for the Smith possibility

    Other teams making moves, of the “Win Now” variety.

    Wonder what SK will do..
    Make a move for a good but expensive Vet QB ?
    Or make moves to actually/finally go for a QBoF ?

    In a perfect world you want both.
    Savvy veteran leading team while rookie studies, refines his technique and mental approach.

  5. By Dan Nicholson on Jan 30, 2018 | Reply

    Well, stuff is going to hit the fan now .To get Kirk Cousins is going to take salary cap casualties, and,add an O- lineman thru F.A. or WR like a Jarvis Landry. Maybe Cousins won’t cost as much since he made a ton last 2 years being franchised . I think the Cards have a shot since they have a few more offensive weapons compared to Denver, Jax, etc.Good thing about Cousins is he is still young, 26- 27 I believe, and he lit it up before Redskins took his toys away. Hear Brown’s could also be in play as Cousins is a Cleveland native. Good thing is we have month& half before free agency starts…….

  6. By Steve on Jan 30, 2018 | Reply

    Darren: We know that Steve Keim generally prefers to stockpile draft picks versus trading up and relinquishing picks. So if say the Cards miss out on Cousins and sign a veteran QB on the backside of his career would you think it more possible this draft that Keim tries to move up from 15 into a top 5-7 pick if he sees a QB he really likes, such as Allen? I mean at some point he does have to be aggressive instead of saying it all the time.

  7. By Darren Urban on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Steve —

    RE: Moving up

    Of course it is possible. More possible? Again, I think we need to see how FA plays out and also how these QBs shake out before the draft.

  8. By Nick Pepe on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Anyone chuckling at the headline knows who Jim Bakkken is

    NP, LM

  9. By LadyBird04 on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Too bad about Smith, I personally thought he would be the best available option but perhaps the Chiefs wanted an “emerging” player we weren’t willing to part with (B. Baker?). As to Cousins. I have mixed feelings, the dramatics from him and Washington each season makes me question whether he is obstinate or if Washington’s organization is as bad as they look. Any place he goes to will have to pay prime money and gamble he can give them top tier performances for a sustained period without all the dramatics/backbiting we’ve seen coming from Cousins and Washington the last couple of years. The Cards don’t need dramatics, especially with a whole new coaching network.

    Hope we can draft a QBOF but we also NEED an experienced qb as a starter/backup until such QBOF is ready to play on game day.

  10. By Rob in Phx on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Nice to see that Steve Keim is being aggressive in addressing our QB needs. Alex Smith was one of the best available QBs for the Cardinals and we appear to lose him without a fight to a team that offers a 3rd rounder and a player. I hope Steve doesn’t think that Mike Glennon or Brock Osweiler is the solution for 2018.

  11. By Scott H on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    So, Mr Smith has gone to Washington….that puts all the Alex Smith talk to rest.

    Now, I suppose Cousins shoots to the top of the list of QB the Cardinals should / need to go after.

    For me, Smith and Cousins are basically the same guy in that….yeah, we could do worse, but I think we need to do better. Neither one of these guys is as good as Palmer was. So, how would either one be the answer for this team?

    But we can put talk of Smith to rest.

    Cousins? Not an answer, IMHO. No better then a stop-gap kind of guy. And for what Cousins is going to want to be paid, ESPECIALLY AFTER SPENDING TWO SEASONS ON THE FRANCHISE TAG? Puh-lease. I do NOT want to see us do THAT for Kirk Cousins.

    I think that is a mistake we need to let somebody else make.

    Shoulda thought harder about Jimmy G when we had the chance.

  12. By joe holst on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    How do we only have 12 Million in cap room even with Palmers retirement, what a mess

  13. By mitchaz on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    QB Options:

    Kirk Cousins—he would be the bets choice to make the Cardinals instant contenders, but realistically the Jaguars with their cap space and talent (and Tom Coughlin calling the shots) would appear to be in the best position to sign Cousins. The Broncos may have the next best chance.

    Bridge QBs I would be fine with (if the price is right):

    Case Keenum—gritty competitor, can make plays on the move
    Blake Bortles—really stepped up during the playoffs, improved accuracy, ran well
    A.J. McCarron—is hungry to play and win, when he gets his chance

    At #15 or via a trade* up, I would be happy with:

    Sam Darnold*—strong pocket passer, needs better footwork
    Josh Allen*—elite physical talents, needs consistency
    Baker Mayfield*—strong skill set, desire to win
    Lamar Jackson*—lightning rod dual threat, needs to improve technique
    Mason Rudolph—good size and arm, makes a ton of chunk yard plays

    I am hoping two of the QBs (one veteran and one rookie) mentioned here will be Cardinals in 2018.

  14. By joe67 on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Tyrod Taylor??!!?!?! OMG Surely we can do better than that. Gonna be a looonng year if we were to end up with him. I would rather stay with what we have! But I guess that is what makes it fun on this blog, we all see it differently and all have an opinion.
    Keep up the good work Darren.

  15. By Joe C. on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    So I’m going to lobby for Nick Foles now. Maybe resign Blaine Gabbert as a back up.

  16. By JosEPh on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    @joe hoist,
    Not sure where you are getting the caps space at 12 Mil. Bad sources?

    It is actually over $ 27 Mil. More than double your information source.

    And people carrying on about SF with Garopolo and this banter about Kiem sitting on his hands, don’t got a clue.

  17. By D on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    What if J. Bethel would have shown something at CB this past year, granted probably would still be lower value than Fuller, due to him being 5 yrs older than Fuller, but AZ has the extra 3rd round pick, not sure about having enough Cap space, but AZ really didn’t have a CB to throw into the trade deal if that is what KC was looking for. I wonder if Honeybadgers name came up in a possible deal.

  18. By Eric G on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Glad that Smith is gone, did not want him. Seriously hope the Cards do not sign Cousins. I’ll puke if they do. I don’t like any QB FAs. I know its win now, but do it with Stanton or Gabbert, but draft a QB.

  19. By jeffcardinalfan on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    wow! bad move for smith…I hope browns LOVE cousins…kc betting a lot on mahommes who hasn’t played much…imho cards HAVE to draft qbof this year

  20. By michael on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Jimmy G is going to get a $100M contract this season. Sure, price was small (2nd rounder) but we don’t have that cap space with the money we’ve already tied up in big defensive names and the money we need to set aside for David Johnson and DJ Humphries extensions in 2019. There is a salary cap after all

    I’m guessing Cards weren’t able to tie up $70M guaranteed to Smith either, tough to do anyway for a 34 year old QB

    Much as i wanted to see CB2 addressed with #15, it’s clear that will be QB now. Look for a 3year deal with really only 1 year guaranteed offered to Bradford, with Gabbert as the back up and the QBOF in the wings. But with the money saved on QB, no excuse to not use the Carolina connetion to bring in Andrew Norwell at G and solidify this O-line, and maybe look to use a comp pick to trade up for the CB2 we need.

    and then there is recevier….

  21. By JTDG on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    As I said a few blogs back, in order to get Alex Smith, it would take a 2nd rounder. The skins gave a higher 3rd than we had and a player.

    So did the cards want him?
    RT @kentsomers: Word here at the Super Bowl is the Cardinals were among handful of teams interested in trading for Alex Smith.

    So, obviously, Keim was interested but not at that price. Got to believe, if you thought you were a contender in 2018, you would have made the deal.

    So, what does the QB situation look like? Everything depends on Cousins.

    For instance, what happens if the Browns sign Cousins, do they trade out or take Barkley? Or maybe they don’t sign Cousins, and take Darnald;

    Then what do the Giants do? Do they really believe that Manning will play 3-4 more years? You can’t take a QB #2 overall if Manning is staying. But what if they take Rosen at #2, is Manning released and they save 12 million in cap room. New coach, new QB, right? Could the Giants trade Manning?

    Then you have the Broncos at pick 5. Elway got his super bowl but things have gone south. Elway came out and said we can sign any QB or trade up to get their guy. Can’t see Elway signing Cousins but maybe? Do they trade with the Browns if the Browns sign Cousins and take Darnald?

    The Jets are sitting quietly at 6. Needing draft picks to continue the rebuild, this seems like the most logical place for Cousins to go to. Bowles did a great job coaching last year and is developing some young players. He needs a passrusher in the worst way.

    Now, everybody should not sleep on the Bills. They have two 1st round picks this year and could move up to that #4 pick or even up to #1 with additional picks. The Bills need a QB and may go get their guy.

    Looking at the QBs in the draft; This is a way too early guess at what happens.

    1. Sam Darnald should be the first QB off the board. Elway may see himself in Josh Allen, but Darnald is a safer pick. Denver makes an offer to the Browns that the Browns can not refuse. Denver takes Darnald #1 overall.
    2. The Giants are bluffing about Manning playing more years, I think they get a QB in Rosen.
    3. The colts take the best player in RB Barkley
    4. Cleveland jumps on Josh Allen at 4.
    5. Cleveland trades down with Buffalo at 5 who comes up to get Mayfield
    6. Jets already sign Cousins

    After pick 7, the top 4 QBs are gone and Smith is in Washington and Cousins in NY. Keim is left with looking at a different position at 15.

  22. By Josh on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    I think the 49ers trade Garoppolo for Cleveland’s 2 first round picks and sign Kirk Cousins.

  23. By Adam Smith b1723 fka DTL on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Coaches: mostly young, disciplined, yet experienced… could these guy be around longer than the usual 5 year turnover? hmmn Tom Moore invited back?

    QB: Smith was best “available” but expensive, interested to see what McGown does, have heard no comments re Drew, or Gabbert…McCarran? , maybe RG3? ha. Waiting game may go on and on…so college BB and golf good distractions…

    Draft; Kiper with Wolfley on radio had good breakdown, made sharp comments about accuracy issues with several…

    Back in a month. Go Cards.

  24. By Louis Callegari on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    No deal has been finalize for smith yet.

  25. By erik on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Say “NO” to Cousins. He is a mediocre QB who will get paid wayyy too much.
    Keim is just going to have to actually be aggressive and hit a home run in the draft. As a fan, I want to be optimistic, but the realist in me doubts Keim is capable of doing just that.

  26. By Big Ken on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Ha ha We didn’t want Alex Smith anyway. The real joke is on the Washington Redskins.

  27. By LadyBird04 on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Joe Hoist

    Hmm….Patrick Peterson, Chandler Jones, Mike Iupati, Jared Veldeer and Tyron Mathieu…all have high salaries with obvious cap hits. (also Larry Legend but we all hope he is still here). There might be others, but those seem most obvious.

    We’ll have to see what they do about the high numbers going to Veldeer, Iupati and Mathieu and whether we even keep all of them.

  28. By TucsonTim on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    A 3rd and Brandon Williams…guess that wasn’t going to work for KC

    Missed a big opportunity again for a draft choice. Should have stepped it up and offered a second round pick.

    Smith would have been a great stop gap while developing a younger QB.

    Getting worried we are going to relive the Anderson, Max Hall days

  29. By John S. on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    That’s somewhat bummer of sorts to me… really felt him the “best fit” of potential vet QBs out there being talked about. As far as Cousins being available, I’m sure he would do well here too, but just don’t feel he would be worth the expected price in what it would cost us in signing/keeping other players, cap etc., in the long run. I like the idea of teams ahead of us in the draft order no longer needing a QB though, that helps some, ha!
    I’m not so sure trying move up some slots in the draft order a better move than giving away too much for a vet QB, and get the best available rookie. In fact, not so sure at this point we couldn’t anyway by holding the cards dealt us as it is? Maybe we’ll get lucky and be able to work something out with the likes of Foles, or Keenum etc. given their situations, but who knows and needs more thought. Another pondering is whom is going to be freed-up for a reasonable trade opportunity when a team signs Cousins… might even be a surprise available suddenly there.. or perhaps another in the draft order above us no longer picking a QB?
    Either way, keep Stanton signed and on the roster as insurance, I think we are going to need him regardless, a solid back-up at least that also knows the team well; and we could do a lot worse in not tying him up now.

  30. By patrick on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Correct me if I am wrong but Palmer’s non dead contract amount comes off the books when the new year starts. So not sure why everyone is thumbs uping an incorrect statement. The Cardinals definately have some contracts that need to be addressed, and a few like Gresshams that can’t be addressed this off season. The cap situation can be improved easily with some sound decisions by management.

  31. By Dan on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Tyrod Taylor probably

  32. By creditcard on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    As for Alex Smith,Kirk Cousins, and whomever is available, I don’t think a top QB will want to come to AZ unless that person has the equivalent speed of Usaine Bolt.

    I mean come on, who would want to go to AZ Cards as QB with an O-line like ours? Instead of calling the O-line, an offensive line, change the name to “career ender”.

    For instance, next year calling a game like …. Drew Stanton walks up to the career ender,and is reading the defense …. he takes the snap,and the career ender once again allowed a DL come through unabated for a punishing sack.

  33. By creditcard on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    The Cards will have some obstacles:

    1. Small cap space
    2. Several draft picks previously traded for an old guy,who probably is either not on the team, or will not be on the team in 2018.
    3. An O-line that is brutal on anyone who has a football in their hands
    4. New coaching staff,new terminology, new system
    5. Kiiem still involved in draft decisions

  34. By creditcard on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    The Cards need many things in this year’s upcoming draft. Basically we need:

    1. A QB for the future
    2. More draft picks
    3. A sensible draft.

    I personally see several Ok QBs dropping to the middle to bottom 1st round. I know there is a lot of time, and a lot of things will happen, but the Cards could even trade down and still PU a decent QB.

  35. By Dr. G. on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Cousins? NOPE, NOPE- NOPE – – Why don’t the Redskins want Cousins?? Why isn’t anyone asking? Jealousy?

    I’m thinking envy gets the best of him…he needs serious flattering on a continuum it appears…

    Quoting – “”He’ll never be special,” says one longtime NFL front office decision-maker when asked to assess Cousins’ prospects. “Great guy, will never embarrass you off the field, and if you were ranking guys, he’s probably above average. But he’s not special. And that’s not going to change. What you see is what you get.””

    Cousins, according to people close to him, spent years watching the team fawn over Griffin III, treating him like royalty, and when it became his team, Washington didn’t show him similar respect. ((Recall, “How do you like me now?””))

    The Cards do not need an average QB with an ego problem at the helm on Offense…LET’S JUST PASS, PERIOD. And for the huge $$$$ it would take, it’s like GAMBLING with the rent money.

  36. By Eric G on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Thought, what if the Broncos draft a QB and the Cards go after trading for Lynch if McCoy liked him? Not out of the realm of possibility. Possibly use a 3rd rounder on him, especially if the Cards can’t work a trade up to get Allen.

  37. By Mike S on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Get AJ McCarron from the Bungles!

  38. By Mikey on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Cards have too many holes to fill to move up in draft.
    Here is what I see come spring – sign Bradford of MN.
    A lot less than Cousins and pretty much just the same impact for the CARDS, while the young guy we draft at #15 can develop. That kid out of OK State I think is the real deal and will be there at #15. Need OL help in 2nd rd or WR.
    That would allow us to compete for the playoffs in 2018!!

  39. By Steven Z. on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    I believe the Cardinals will sign Sam Bradford at a bargain price and draft the best quarterback they can this year. With McCoy’s system, where the QB unloads the ball quickly, Bradford will be fine. He is extremely accurate on short to medium routes, and hitting the RB’s out of the backfield as a check will be an extension of the Run-First mentality that they’re moving in. The last time I saw a screen pass executed correctly/effectively was at Sun Devil Stadium with Larry Centers. It will be nice to see a “Take what the defense gives you” approach, instead of trying to force your will with a decimated offensive line.

  40. By Coach K on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply


    It’s looking more and more like Keim will have to move up in the draft
    as the only veteran QB’s left are bridge QB’s at best.

    As for Smith, the Cards were in the game for him, but priced out.

    I would not be surprised to see Jacoby Brisset of the Colts get some attention. I would also not be surprised to see Gabbert back if a deal for Brisset fell through.

  41. By Dan Nicholson on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply

    Joe Holst
    Re cap space: Cards did have 27 – 28 with Palmer’ s retirement and now with Adrian Peterson ‘s waiver add about 3.5 to that, so it’s way above 12 FYI.

  42. By rwatson1 on Jan 31, 2018 | Reply


    What are the chances the Cards are looking to trade a 6th or 7th round pick for someone like Chad Kelly? He was one of the top QB prospects last year and fell because of character concerns. He’s been a model citizen since he arrived in Denver and McCoy is familiar with him.

    He could be the odd man out if Denver signs Cousins.

  43. By Jon on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    Missing on Garoppolo is going to look like the worst screwup for every franchise QB needing team not named the 49ers.

    I think the ghost of Kevin Kolb came back to bite us big time on that one. All these years later and that trade still haunts us. And the front office.

  44. By Encouraged UK Cards fan on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    Nice title Darren now the Oscars are almost upon us. Let’s hope for Bullitt rather then One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest as far as the new QB is concerned, Good to hear positive and grounded words from the new co0rdinators. Let’s hope for better fitness conditioning to reduce potential injuries.

  45. By jeffcardinalfan on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    cousins to get 30 mil/year? jeez! for that price we could get 2 ol and a #corner or a wideout.

  46. By Maricopa Rick on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    I can run the Cardinals Cap process better than current staff!

  47. By Eric G on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    NFL experts: Redskins got fleeced in the Alex Smith trade

    Too many Cards fans: We should have gotten Alex Smith.

    Ummm, really?

  48. By D on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    Not sure who is happier, M. Peters, CB with KC or K. Cousins…(dude won the lottery again)…KC will have one of the top CB tandems in the league…they got a great deal…as long as Mahomes can get them back into the playoffs…no pressure kid…

    I wonder if we will hear about T. Mathiew soon…guessing contract discussions have been and continue to be made before March 14…I do not see this team being able to afford his current deal in 2018….a $9.3mil dead Cap number for this upcoming season is challenging…$14 mil Cap hit number is crazy…

  49. By JonnyYuma on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    We were never in play for Jimmy G – Belichick personally hand steered him to a team where he would have a shot at long term success – don’t blame Keim for lack of effort, blame Belichick for his low opinion of the Cards.

  50. By mitchaz on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply


    Not sure if the Cardinals actually made an offer for Alex Smith.

    However, even if the Cardinals offered their 2nd round pick, because the Chiefs are so high on CB Kendall Fuller, getting him plus a 3rd rounder was a more attractive deal.

    Thus, it may have taken offering the Chiefs the 1st round pick. And I am not sure anyone in the NFL universe would think that’s a good deal for the Cardinals.

  51. By mitchaz on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    Man, D.J. Swearinger was ripping the Redskins’ coaches late in the season for poor practice habits and game preps and now he ripping on Daniel Snyder for giving up CB Kendall Fuller in the Smith deal. have to wonder if the Redskins have heard enough.

    Maybe now it is become more evident as to why the Cardinals didn’t offer him the kind of money the Redskins did.

  52. By Bill Thompson on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    Darren, my head is spinning about our QB situation! I do have a question though; did the Cardinals keep any of the former coaches????

  53. By Darren Urban on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    Bill —

    RE: Coaches

    I expect them to, but at this point, the new staff — beyond the coordinators — has yet to be announced.

  54. By Joe C. on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    Looking at the JTDG scenario draft 1-6 actually isn’t all bad for the cardinals. Assuming pick #15 isn’t a viable place to get a QB. We have Keenum, Bradford, Foles, Bortles, Glennon, Gabbert, McCarron, Brisset, Lynch, Kelly, Bridgewater, Manning, Stanton, plus all the second or third round type QB’s.

  55. By Scott H on Feb 1, 2018 | Reply

    JTDG –

    RE: Elway got his SB but things have gone south….

    Um….gotta say, I’d LOVE to know how that feels. Because I think things going south somehow ain’t gonna hurt as much when you DO have that recent SB to look back on. As a long-time Cards fan, I know the feeling of things going south all too well. I just know how it feels AFTER you just won a Super Bowl.

    Don’t know about anyone else, but,,,,,after being a fan since the mid 70’s and STILL waiting for a Super Bowl, I’ll take that Faustian deal any day. Seriously. I’ve already endured the decades of losing. So….just give me a Lombardi trophy for once in my lifetime.

    I became a Cardinals fan at 8 years old. And I just turned 52 in October. And we don’t appear to have a SB looming anywhere on our horizon. That means that in a mere 6 years, I might be looking at FIFTY DAMN YEARS as a fan of this team without ever seeing them bring home that Lombardi trophy. And at THAT point?? This is gonna feel like the worst damn investment anyone ever made. So…..

    C’mon, front office. You got a LOT of people out here waiting for you to give us a return on the investment we have made in YOU. HOW MUCH LONGER ARE YOU GOING TO BE THE PRO SPORTS FRANCHISE TO HAVE GONE THE LONGEST WITHOUT WINNING A DAMN CHAMPIONSHIP???????

    Sorry, but that speaks louder – and will continue to – than anything you have achieved recently. Sooner or later, you need to deliver. Period.

    I ain’t gonna live forever. Get it DONE!!!

  56. By Rclark on Feb 2, 2018 | Reply

    Get bridgewater for your qb1 showed a lot before injury, snag a q.b in the draft and bring back gabbert or Stanton to compete for #2 or 3 doesn’t cripple your cap provides future.

  57. By Joe C. on Feb 3, 2018 | Reply

    I would add Kapernick and Palmer to my list as well

  58. By Bob Roberts on Feb 12, 2018 | Reply

    Johnny “Football” Manziel lmao! Just kidding peeps

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