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The Arizona Cardinals didn't hesitate to build up their offense in free agency, though they didn't always do so in the best ways.
At quarterback, the Cardinals invested in two question marks: one guy busted out on a big contract last season and lost his job to a rookie, the other can't stay healthy.
The former is Mike Glennon, who signed a three-year, $45 million contract with the Chicago Bears last offseason but made only four starts before No. 2 overall pick Mitchell Trubisky supplanted him. The latter is Sam Bradford, a 30-year-old veteran who played in two games last year and has missed 42 of a possible 80 regular-season games dating back to 2013.
To their credit, the Cardinals attempted to beef up their offensive line, which should make life easier on their new signal-callers. They signed Andre Smith, who flashed a year ago as a swing backup, to a two-year, $8 million deal. Justin Pugh, who inked a five-year, $45 million contract with Arizona, should start right away, likely flanked by a rookie or two.
The approach under center isn't terrible, per se, as the Cardinals could draft a quarterback and hope Bradford's stellar completion rate follows him to the desert in the meantime. But it's a huge risk, especially as Larry Fitzgerald's Hall of Fame career comes to an end.
Source : http://bleacherreport.com/articles/2765438-grading-every-nfl-teams-free-agency-performance298