Rank PlayerReason#285 Max Hall, Arizona CardinalsThe longer the lockout goes the more likely it is that he’ll have a job. Just hopefully not as a starter. What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away With all the talk and speculation about who will line up under center for the Arizona Cardinals in 2011 — if there is an NFL in 2011 — we decided it was time for someone to simplify the entire process. With that in mind we put together our QB Stock Watch where you can find out who’s moving up, who’s moving down and who’s just not moving at all. Rank PlayerReason#624 Derek Anderson, (Fill in team willing to pay him) Want him back Cleveland? Rank PlayerReason#8 Matt Flynn, Green Bay Packers As an emergency option he wouldn’t be a bad choice.. #1 Kevin Kolb, Philadelphia Eagles The question remains, will the price be right? Rank PlayerReason#4 John Skelton, Arizona Cardinals He could be the default choice. Rank PlayerReason#6 Brett Favre, Retirement? The lockout might make training camps shorter than usual. No wonder why Favre is interested in a comeback. Rank PlayerReason#7 Matt Hasselbeck, Seattle Seahawks Sounds like Seattle may still let him get away. Rank PlayerReason #2 Kyle Orton, Denver Broncos He’s on the move. We’re just not sure if that means he’s leaving Denver or not. RankPlayerReason#3 Marc Bulger, Baltimore Ravens One day he wants to be a starter the next he doesn’t. Hopefully the day the lockout ends is one where he’s interested in starting. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Rank PlayerReason Comments Share Top Stories Rank PlayerReason#5 Carson Palmer, Cincinnati Bengals He’s moved away from Cincinnati but that doesn’t mean he’ll be playing for a new team. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Rank PlayerReason#8 Vince Young, Tennessee Titans One former Cardinal thinks he’d be perfect in Arizona.