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The Arizona Cardinals Are Making A Change At Quarterback

General view of action as wide receiver Jaron Brown #13 of the Arizona Cardinals catches a pass during the second half of the NFL game against the New York Giants.

GLENDALE, AZ - DECEMBER 24: General view of action as wide receiver Jaron Brown #13 of the Arizona Cardinals catches a pass during the second half of the NFL game against the New York Giants at the University of Phoenix Stadium on December 24, 2017 in Glendale, Arizona. The Arizona Cardinals won 23-0. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)

We have a major starting quarterback change with a couple of minutes left in an NFL game this afternoon.

The Arizona Cardinals, who trail the Chicago Bears by two points with less than four minutes to play, just benched veteran starter Sam Bradford. The team's top draft pick, Josh Rosen, just entered the game.

"Cardinals bringing in rookie QB Josh Rosen - with 4:31 left in fourth quarter and Arizona down 16-14."

The NFL Network reported earlier today that the Cardinals were not ready to make a change at quarterback yet. That line of thinking appears to have changed.

Rosen completed his first pass of the game for 9 yards.

The Cardinals trail the Bears, 16-14. The game is on FOX.