Source: 2-year deal worth $7.25M
The Arizona Cardinals and former Cleveland Browns quarterback Derek Anderson have agreed to a two-year contract worth $7.25 million, a source told ESPN.com Wednesday.
The source said the deal includes $3.25 million guaranteed, and with incentives would max out at $18.25 million.
Anderson would compete with current Cardinals quarterback Matt Leinart for the starting job.
Leinart had been the only quarterback on Arizona's roster following the retirement of Kurt Warner.
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