It is understood that Carson Palmer is looking likely to retire and the Cardinals are very interested in a Trade for Bills QB Tyrod Taylor.
Buffalo are looking at releasing Taylor before March 11th, to avoid paying more than $30 million in guaranteed money.
The Bills front office have been trying to renegotiate his contract, but Taylor is believed to be unwilling to accept a pay decrease.
Cardinals Coach Bruce Arians is generally excited about the prospect of trading for Tyrod Taylor and having him on his books for next season.
Taylor’s ability to extend plays would make him dangerous in a Cardinals offense that also features David Johnson and Larry Fitzgerald.
Taylor, just 27-years old, could be the Cardinals Franchise quarterback for years to come and it has been suggested Taylor is open to the idea of a move to Arizona.
There are a lot of pieces of the puzzle that would have to fall into place in this move. Palmer needs to retire and Bill would need to land Tony Romo as a replacement for Tyrod.
If all fails the Cardinals are rumoured to be keen on trading up in the NFL Draft to land rookie sensation quarterback Deshaun Watson.