Can the Cardinals find a quarterback?
New Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians faces plenty of questions as he leads a rebuilding effort in the desert, not the least of which is how to address the Cardinals' quarterback situation.
Kolb has had trouble staying healthy and is due to count $13.5 million against the salary cap if he stays with the team. Skelton and Lindley have strong arms but have been erratic, which might not bode well given Arians' emphasis on fundamental situational football.
Assuming the Cardinals look outside the organization for help at quarterback, does the 2013 draft offer a solution?
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