Why NFL Teams Want Quarterbacks to Stop Throwing So Much
from The Wall Street Journal
The Arizona Cardinals had a problem last season: Carson Palmer's performance fell off a cliff. Their veteran quarterback threw more passes than he ever did, but his touchdowns cratered while his interceptions spiked. Worse, his arm just felt tired. Palmer's coaches, the Cardinals' brass and Bruce Arians, a quarterback guru and their head coach, could have told their 37-year-old to train more and get stronger for this next season.
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