Blaine Gabbert will start at quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals this week against the Houston Texans on Sunday, coach Bruce Arians said Friday. Drew Stanton, who has a sprained knee, will be Gabbert's backup if he is physically able to do so, Arians said. If Stanton isn't ready, Matt Barkley will back up Gabbert. Barkley signed with the team earlier this week.



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