The Cardinals have quarterbacks Matt Leinart and Derek Anderson on the roster. They’re expected to soon bring back veteran understudy Brian St. Pierre.
But we’re hearing that they may be interested in veteran Marc Bulger.
Though the Rams ostensibly did Bulger a favor by cutting him, Bulger already might have been a Cardinal if he’d been available in early March, since the team likely would have pursued him instead of Derek Anderson.
Still, don’t rule out the addition of Bulger, the man who succeeded former Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner in St. Louis. Most teams take four quarterbacks to training camp, and it’s possible that the Cardinals would give Bulger a chance to bump Anderson off the roster — and then to bump Leinart out of the starting lineup.
It’s unknown whether any other teams have actively pursued Bulger, a ten-year veteran from West Virginia.
UPDATE: Yeah, so Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic says the team isn’t interested. We assume he’s getting that from the team, which has no interest to disclose its interest unless/until the team makes a decision. In other words, we stand by our report.