PHOENIX — The Cardinals released their initial roster on Saturday, so here’s a breakdown of every position. But don’t be surprised if the roster looks tweaked heading into the week. I was hearing there will be changes to 53-man roster Sunday. According to the NFL transactions, not a single Cardinals player was claimed, meaning some could still be headed to the practice squad. Gabbert earned a roster based on his performance; he’ll run the scout team in practice.
The Arizona Cardinals wrap up their preseason Thursday against the Denver Broncos and most of the presumed starters will warm up, but not play. Third-string QB Blaine Gabbert will start the game and play midway through the first quarter while undrafted free agent quarterback Trevor Knight will play the remainder of the game. According to head coach Bruce Arians, Arizona has about eight players that are vying for five roster spots.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — It didn’t take long for Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians to be sold on Byron Leftwich as a coach. Leftwich, in his first season as the Cardinals’ quarterbacks coach after spending last year as a coaching intern, received some high praise from his boss. “He’ll be a head coach early and fast,” Arians said during offseason workouts, per the team’s website. “It’s great to know B.A. has as much confidence as he has in me,” Leftwich said. “And he doesn’t hold me back.
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