NEW YORK - APRIL 22: Dan Williams from the Tennessee Volunteers holds up a Arizona Carinals jersey after he was selected number 26 overall by the Cardinals during the first round of the 2010 NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall on April 22, 2010 in New York City. (Photo by Jeff Zelevansky/Getty Images)

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Fifth Round Pick John Skelton Signs With Cardinals

Former Fordham QB John Skelton has inked a four-year deal with the Cardinals, according to their official website.

While he looks to be a few years off developmentally, he has a good attitude towards the game. He is currently competing with former BYU standout Max Hall for the final QB spot on the team.

Over at Revenge of The Birds, they have this to say:

Skelton is a big-armed tall quarterback that needs time to develop before he can be considered ready to play in this league. Be that as it may, the potential in Skelton seems endless, and a lot of us have been clamoring at the idea of him being the future quarterback of the Arizona Cardinals if Matt Leinart falters this year.

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