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Here's who's intererested in Leinart

Posted on: September 1, 2010 8:46 am
Edited on: September 1, 2010 4:48 pm
Posted by Will Brinson

Update2: Kent Somers reports that the Cardinals are indeed open to trading Leinart AND guard Reggie Wells, and have been talking with teams. The Raiders, according to the Raiders, are not one of those teams, having said on their website that "Adam Schefter is once again making untrue statements." Mercy.

The Raiders axe to grind aside, it makes a LOT of sense that the Cardinals are trying to deal Leinart (and would be relatively open about their interest). After all, they only have a few days to make something happen before they're forced to either keep him or cut him; keeping him would involve either dumping one of the rookies they like or holding onto four quarterbacks.

One big problem, though, is that Leinart wants to start, and there just aren't a lot of starting spots out there.

Update: The Bills are now denying their interest in Leinart , but Schefter is also reporting that the Cards and Bills talked this summer. It's not convoluted at all.

Last night we discussed the fact that the Cardinals had placed Matt Leinart on the trading block -- now we know who's interested.

Jay Glazer writes that "several teams have confirmed" that they've chatted with the Cards -- Adam Schefter points out that the Bills, Giants and Raiders are very specific possible destinations for the former first-rounder.

All three spots make a lot of sense: Eli Manning and Jason Campbell both suffered preseason injuries, while Jim Sorgi and Bruce Gradkowski remain injured. The Bills, for their part, are being forced to start Trent Edwards again, and that's no fun.

Leinart is probably hoping -- provided he actually wants to start and play football -- that Buffalo can pull something off. There, he'd have at least a chance of starting.

The downside, naturally, is that Buffalo weather isn't exactly on par with Southern Cal, brah.

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Since: Oct 4, 2007
Posted on: September 8, 2010 9:33 pm

Here's who's intererested in Leinart

"Bad coaching"...Whiz is a bad coach - that's so dumb to say it's actually funny.
"Warner had no arm strength" I suppose anyone can/should take his place - except a flop like Leinart. Warner's arm strength was just fine. Was he a Favre? No, but then, who is? He could throw the out pattern very well and down field too. He even touch passed very well. You do not go to the SB and not have arm strength. Think before you speak - it's better for your personal ego.
Leinart "makes reads so fast" - OK, that's where you lost me and I think I peed my pants a little laughing so hard. So Leinart's answer...go to a team where they are in the West Coast offense with timing patterns and check downs, good luck there. Leinart was trying his best to be like Kurt Warner. So much he forgot to be Matt Leinart.

Since: Mar 25, 2009
Posted on: September 2, 2010 5:14 pm

Here's who's intererested in Leinart

VikesWin, if the vikes actually offered that trade to arizona, the cards would jump at it in a heartbeat, i still think sage is the 2nd best Qb in minnesota, id try to ship tavaris for matty and like a 3rd or 4th rounder before i let sage get away, sage or tavaris would start over anderson so arizona would be happy to get a starter for matty

Since: Sep 2, 2010
Posted on: September 2, 2010 4:49 pm

Here's who's intererested in Leinart

matt leinhart is a overrated piece of garbage i wouldent give a 7th round pick for him in his best season no arm strength and he holds the ball too long... this isnt usc and the cardinals havent cheated to put all the best talent around him, with an average team he'll never be great...

Since: Nov 22, 2009
Posted on: September 2, 2010 4:43 pm

Here's who's intererested in Leinart

Troy Smith to Cardinals? I like it.

Since: May 19, 2010
Posted on: September 2, 2010 3:42 pm

Here's who's intererested in Leinart

hey listen little dirt sack son of a ***** u dont have any right to call us the griefs we have 22 rings total on our coaching staff and we have a mix of caliable players but leinart is a cry baby and we dont need his ass ok so just wait tell we surprise some people and go CHIEFS. I LOVE THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS AND THEY WILL GO 9-7 this year and when the west :)And yet another reason why Kansas is Kansas. LOL

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