The Arizona Cardinals quarterback core took a couple of hits recently. John Skelton was in a walking boot at practice Monday with a sprained ankle suffered in Friday's preseason game in Green Bay. Max Hall was seen leaving the field holding his arm in an awkward position and has an apparent left shoulder injury. In response, the Cardinals will sign former Kansas City Chiefs quarterback, Brodie Croyle according to a report from Arizona Republic's Kent Somers.
It would seem at least one of those injuries, most likely Hall, is serious enough to require a replacement for the last part of training camp. We expect official word soon and a full update on Hall's and Skelton's status at coach Ken Whisenhunt's mid-day press briefing.
Croyle, 28, had been with the Chiefs since 2006 and played in 18 total games. He has a total 1,660 yards with a completion percent of 57 percent.