Former Tennessee Football superstar Josh Dobbs has been recently traded to the Arizona Cardinals.
Josh Dobbs has been constantly moving around the NFL since he made it into the league. The Tennessee Football prodigy began his career in 2018 in Pittsburgh but has since been to Cleveland and Nashville. Now, he is being moved to Arizona to likely be the QB2 behind Kyler Murray.
According to NFL reporter Tom Pelissero:
“Browns trading QB Josh Dobbs and a 2024 7th-round pick to the Cardinals for a 2024 5th-round pick.”
The Cardinals are arguably one of the worst, if not the worst, teams in the NFL right now. They have been trading away all of their best assets and, according to Fanduel Sportsbook, are not favored to win a single game this season.
As a Volunteer fan, I want to see Dobbs succeed in the NFL, but having no weapons on offense and playing for the worst team in the NFL will take a lot of work.
Dobbs could end up starting in week 1 for the Cardinals. Still, it will likely be because of Kyler Murray’s current status with his torn ACL, which is subject to change in the coming weeks.
According to ESPN Staff Writer Josh Weinfuss:
“Trading for Dobbs does shake up the Cardinals’ quarterback room some. He was brought in as an insurance policy for presumptive starter Colt McCoy, in part because of McCoy’s injury history and in part because Dobbs worked with new Cardinals offensive coordinator Drew Petzing last season in Cleveland, where Petzing was the quarterbacks coach. Dobbs, 28, also started two games for the Tennessee Titans last season, passing for 411 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions.”
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