PHOENIX (AP) - New Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians says his team isn't looking for a quarterback.
He says he believes he has one in Drew Stanton, the backup to Andrew Luck at Indianapolis last season.
While Arians hasn't officially named a starting quarterback, he says he will do so soon.
And he says he has ``all the confidence in the world'' with Stanton as the starter. Arians saw Stanton up close as Indianapolis' interim coach last season.
Arizona signed Stanton to a three-year contract, then released Kevin Kolb. The team's quarterback woes of a year ago left Arizona with the NFL's worst offense and was a main reason that coach Ken Whisenhunt lost his job.

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