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Cardinals’ A.Q. Shipley Out For Season

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Arizona Cardinals’ center A.Q. Shipley was placed on season-ending injured reserve due to suffering a tor ACL that will cost him the 2018 season, Cardinals head coach Steve Wilks officially announced on Monday.

Shipley, 32, has been with the Cardinals since 2015, starting every game for team during the past two seasons.

The loss of Shipley will for the Cardinals to turn to rookie interior lineman Mason Cole, along with roster hopefuls Evan Boehm and Josh Allen, as they gear up for the regular season.

Arizona may also scour the free agent market if none of the aforementioned players prove to be ready for a prime starting role.

Shipley, who inked  a two-year, $3.5M deal last year, is scheduled to become a free agent in 2019.

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Cardinals GM Steve Keim Says Josh Rosen to Play When Time is Right

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The Arizona Cardinals are continuing to be patient in regards to the readiness of rookie signal caller Josh Rosen, and despite starting the season 0-2, Cardinals general manager Steve Keim says that the team will stay the course.

“Some guys have played too early and it has crippled their career,” Keim said, during an appearance on Arizona Sports 98.7 (h/t Darren Urban of Cardinals.com). “I’m not going to name names, but I think a lot of us can think of certain players. Then there are guys who have come in and had success right away. But usually it’s a rocky road.”

Arizona’s offense has sputtered, ranking last in yards per game, passing yards per game, and yards per attempt, prompting many fans to call for Rosen to replace Sam Bradford as the team’s starting quarterback.

With Bradford manning the offense, the Cardinals have scored 6 points.

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Cardinals Sign David Johnson to Contract Extension

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The Arizona Cardinals have signed running back David Johnson to a three-year, $39 million contract extension, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

Johnson’s new deal could be worth “up to” $45 million, and $30 million guaranteed will be due at signing, with incentives and will keep Johnson in Arizona through the 2021 season.

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Cardinals Release Scooby Wright

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The Arizona Cardinals have released veteran linebacker Scooby Wright, according to NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport.

Wright, 23, will be subject to waivers since he has less than four years of NFL experience, creating the possibility that another team could put in a claim for him prior to him hitting the open free agent market.

Wright was promoted from the practice squad last season and only registered one tackle while being on the Cardinals’ roster for ten games.

 

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