The Arizona Cardinals continue their barrage of signings as they reportedly have struck an accord with former Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Stewart Bradley, according to ESPN's NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Bradley spent his first three years of his career with the Eagles, battling through injuries during their 2010 campaign, forcing him to sit out four games last season. But Bradley is most definitely a viable reliable option at linebacker as he's recorded 186 tackles in just three seasons along with three career sacks.
Bradley will be moving from a 4-3 defensive scheme in Philadelphia to a 3-4 scheme out in the desert, which could prove to be a refreshing change of pace for the 27 year old out of the University of Nebraska. A good pick up for the Cardinals overall, Bradley will definitely provide some extra athleticism and depth at the LB position.
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