Quarterback Sam Bradford was bid adieu by The Arizona Cardinals on Saturday after a poor performance in their game against the Chicago Bears.

The contract between Arizona and Bradford was signed this year in March. The contract comprised of a signing bonus of $10 million, with a base salary of $2.5 million and $1 million as a playing bonus. The contract didn’t keep its worth as Bradford was benched after the first three games.

The rookie Josh Rosen took his place after Cardinals defeat to Chicago Bears in the Week 3 4th Quarter.

Sam Bradford is full of skills when it comes to making deal with teams. He is a finesse. And the team knows it.

Source- Revenge of the Birds

If you look back at his record, he is currently getting an average of $1.57 Million. He has a net earning of a whopping $130 million, with 34-48-1 as the record.

Bleacher Report posted this data on twitter with the caption “Finesse God.”

Source- Dailysnark