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Morning Poll: Who Do You Want to See as the Arizona Cardinals New QB?

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The Arizona Cardinals are rumored to be considering four quarterbacks to hopefully fill the void left by Kurt Warner.

Cardinals brass have discussed trade options with the Philadelphia Eagles for Kevin Kolb and with the Denver Broncos for Kyle Orton. According to Arizona Republic sports writer Kent Somers, the team also expressed interest in signing former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and Baltimore Ravens quarterback Marc Bulger.

One thing is for sure: no matter who the Cards pick, things couldn't be much worse than they were with Derek Anderson under center.

We want to know what you think: who do you want to see as the Cardinals new QB?

Cast your vote below.

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