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As much as I would love to see Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb back on the field this Sunday against the Cleveland Browns, I would say this to the Cardinals, please don’t rush him. It seems as if they are doing the right thing in bringing him along slowly and doing all the right things with a concussed player. He did practice a little on Wednesday. I would say that it is still too early to give an idea of what Sunday will bring, however I would be fine with John Skelton taking the reins for one more game.
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Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb said he was able to practice ''a little bit'' on Wednesday after tests evaluating the concussion he sustained early in Sunday's victory over San Francisco.
''The symptoms are down,'' he said. ''It's just a matter of making sure they are down long enough to where I can get out there and then...
27-year old QB Kevin Kolb has passed all of his concussion tests and he has returned to practice. He should be good to go this weekend against the Browns. Kolb has played in 9 games so far this year and he has completed 146 of 253 passes (57.7%) for 1,955 yards with 9 TD passes and 8 INTs (81.1 QB Rating). He has also carried the ball 17 times for 65 yards (3.8 ypc) so far...
After missing several games after dealing with a foot injury, Arizona Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb is now dealing with having to recover from a concussion suffered last week in the team’s win over the San Francisco 49ers. Kolb was knocked out of the Cardinals game on the third play of the game.
Kevin Kolb passed all required independent neurological tests required by the...
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is expected to be a game-time decision for Sunday's matchup with the Cleveland Browns.
Kolb has been dealing with concussion-related symptoms sustained in last week's win over the San Francisco 49ers.
Arizona coach Ken Whisenhunt said Kolb is making progress. He was listed as questionable for Sunday's game.
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TEMPE, Ariz. Cardinals head trainer Tom Reed took one look at quarterback Kevin Kolb last Sunday and realized something wasnt right.
Hundreds of fans -- swayed by Kolbs 60 million contract extension and his less than perfect attendance record -- came to the same conclusion sort of.
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Kevin Kolb said he had "a couple three" concussions in his career. "I want to be out there as much as anybody," he said, "but it's something you don't push."
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