- Glendale, AZ 85305
- Line: TB -2.5
- Over/Under: 47
Cardinals teammates in awe of Peterson
Adrian Peterson 27 Yd Run (Phil Dawson Kick)
6 plays, 75 yards, 3:08
Troy Niklas 14 Yd pass from Carson Palmer (Phil Dawson Kick)
7 plays, 86 yards, 3:38
Larry Fitzgerald 11 Yd pass from Carson Palmer (Phil Dawson Kick)
7 plays, 95 yards, 4:04
Phil Dawson 28 Yd Field Goal
10 plays, 60 yards, 6:02
John Brown 17 Yd pass from Carson Palmer (Phil Dawson Kick)
4 plays, 33 yards, 2:11
DeSean Jackson 4 Yd pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick (Two-Point Run Conversion Failed)
8 plays, 75 yards, 3:31
Cameron Brate 10 Yd pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick (Two-Point Pass Conversion Failed)
6 plays, 63 yards, 2:50
Lavonte David 21 Yd Fumble Return (Doug Martin Run for Two-Point Conversion)
1 play, -6 yards, 0:36
Adrian Peterson 1 Yd Run (Phil Dawson Kick)
1 play, 1 yard, 0:05
Doug Martin 1 Yd Run (Two-Point Pass Conversion Failed)
11 plays, 70 yards, 4:15
Mike Evans 37 Yd pass from Ryan Fitzpatrick (Patrick Murray Kick)
3 plays, 65 yards, 0:32
Mike Glennon, who had a disappointing one-year stint in Chicago and was released by the Bears, has agreed to a deal to join the Cardinals, according to multiple reports. Sam Bradford also is expected to sign with Arizona, a source told ESPN.
After dining with team leadership Wednesday night in Minneapolis, Kirk Cousins is expected to finalize his contract Thursday morning and be introduced as the franchise's next quarterback later in the afternoon.
Vikings GM Rick Spielman says a deal with Kirk Cousins would be "pretty hard not to get done" as Cousins is in Minnesota to finalize his contract.
The Cardinals let Tyrann Mathieu walk and are reportedly bringing Mike Glennon in to back up Sam Bradford, raising the question: What's going on in Arizona? Here are some winners (and losers) from the second wave.
The Bills have signed AJ McCarron to a two-year deal, the team announced Wednesday. After several quarterbacks signed with new teams this week, Buffalo was perhaps the only remaining spot where the former Bengals QB could start.
Cornerback Malcolm Butler told the Boston Herald that he was never given a reason for why he didn't play in Super Bowl LII, but he reiterated that he has no hard feelings toward his former team, the New England Patriots.