Cardinals QB Drew Stanton is healthy again after completing the NFL concussion protocol.
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Arizona Cardinals QB Drew Stanton has been cleared through the league’s concussion protocol, according to Mike Jurecki of FOX Sports 910. Stanton will be eligible to play on Sunday against Washington.
Stanton will most likely get the start unless QB Carson Palmer, who is receiving treatment for nerve damage in his arm, can be cleared to go. The Cardinals have said Palmer is getting better, but the team isn’t sure that he’ll be ready to play on Sunday against Washington.
As recently as Friday afternoon, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he had no idea if Thomas, Stanton or Palmer would be his starter.
Stanton, who before this season had not made an NFL start since 2010, is 2-1 as a starter for the Cardinals this season.