Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb has a home in Arizona, and the Cardinals need a quarterback.
But McNabb isn’t going to the Cardinals.
“The Cardinals aren’t interested,” writes Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. And this is what reporters all across the country have been saying for the last two years.
McNabb was available last offseason, too. The Cardinals showed no interest, preferring to try Derek Anderson, and rookies John Skelton and Max Hall. Arizona is again in the market for a quarterback, but not a 34-year-old stopgap who’s never played outside a West Coast offense.
The Cardinals do plan to be aggressive about finding their next signal caller, according to G.M. Rod Graves.
Signing McNabb, after the Redskins inevitably release him, would be about the least aggressive quarterback move Graves could make. They’d be in the market for a new passer in 2012.