2018 NFL Draft Rumors: Cardinals 'Making a Lot of Noise' About Trading Up

Adam Wells@adamwells1985Featured ColumnistApril 24, 2018

TAMPA, FL - FEBRUARY 01:  The Arizona Cardinals logo is seen in the end zone before Super Bowl XLIII on February 1, 2009 at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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The Arizona Cardinals are reportedly looking at making a potential move up in the first round of the 2018 NFL draft. 

Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Cardinals are "making a lot of noise" about trading up from the No. 15 pick.

Rapoport added the Cardinals' discussions are "about possibly moving up for a quarterback," with the Denver Broncos at No. 5 or Indianapolis Colts at No. 6 as potential trade partners. 

After Carson Palmer retired in January, the Cardinals signed Sam Bradford to a one-year deal as his replacement. 

The oft-injured Bradford is trying to rebuild his value in Arizona. The 30-year-old appeared in just two games last season with the Minnesota Vikings. He set an NFL record with a 71.6 completion percentage in 2016, which New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees (72.0) subsequently broke last season. 

The Cardinals are beginning their first season under head coach Steve Wilks. They missed the playoffs in each of the past two seasons under Bruce Arians after reaching the NFC Championship Game in 2015.  

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