Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer left late in the first half of the Cards' game vs. the Los Angeles Rams in London on Sunday with a left arm injury.
After the game Coach Bruce Arians said Palmer is expected to miss eight weeks with a broken arm.
Palmer suffered the injury while being hit during a pass that resulted in an interception in the second quarter.
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Palmer completed 10 of 18 passes for 122 yards before leaving the game. Backup quarterback Drew Stanton took over in Palmer's absence.
BA says Drew Stanton will definitely be the starter at QB vs SF in our next game.
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Stanton took over in the game and threw for 62 yards and an interception as the Cardinals lost to the Rams 33-0.