Former Cardinals quarterback Max Hall starting in the CFL


Jan. 18, 2013; Tempe, AZ, USA; General view of an Arizona Cardinals helmet during a press conference at the Arizona Cardinals Training Facility. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

Former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Max Hall is in the CFL if you did not know. Hall is actually going to be a starter in the CFL for the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. Hopefully he will have a better time in Winnipeg than he did in Arizona.

Hall will get the start for Winnipeg Blue Bombers tomorrow versus the Hamilton Tiger-Cats. Both quarterbacks before Hall in Buck Pierce and Justin Goltz did not do a great job as Winnipeg is 1-5 on the season. Pierce got hit hard in the fourth game of the season and then Goltz came in but as I mentioned before it was time for a change at quarterback. Both Pierce and Glotz combined for 109 of 185 passes.

When Hall was with the Cardinals in 2010, he started in three games that season and appeared in a total of six. In those games, Hall threw for 370 passing yards and one touchdown.

On Monday, Hall the former BYU and Arizona Cardinal said per the Winnipeg Free Press, “I will say it took me a while to get used to the CFL game but I feel comfortable. I feel ready and I feel confident.” We will see if Hall is ready because the CFL game is totally different than the NFL.