After having its quarterback situation up in the air for most of the week, the Arizona Cardinals received some good news this morning.
QB Drew Stanton passed his concussion testing and will be available in Sunday's game against the Washington Redskins. Stanton was hit hard in last week's 41-20 defeat against the Denver Broncos, a game in which rookie fourth-round draft pick Logan Thomas had to finish.
The services of Stanton, however, may not be needed as Carson Palmer is also expected to play against the Redskins. Palmer has been out since Week 2 with a nerve injury but appears to be in line to return to action this afternoon. Barring any setbacks, expect Palmer to be under center for Arizona with Stanton also available off the bench.
Palmer, Stanton expected to play for Arizona
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