PHOENIX (AP) — New Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says his team isn't looking for a quarterback.
He says he believes he has one in Drew Stanton, the backup to Andrew Luck at Indianapolis last season.
While Arians hasn't officially named a starting quarterback, he says he will do so soon.
And he says he has "all the confidence in the world" with Stanton as the starter. Arians saw Stanton up close as Indianapolis' interim coach last season.
Arizona signed Stanton to a three-year contract, then released Kevin Kolb. The team's quarterback woes of a year ago left Arizona with the NFL's worst offense and was a main reason that coach Ken Whisenhunt lost his job.