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According to Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic, the Cardinals have signed cornerback 5-foot-10 Greg McCoy to the practice squad and have released Larry Parker from the practice team. A TCU product, McCoy was drafted in the seventh round of this year's NFL draft by the Chicago Bears and spent the preseason with them. He was the 220th player selected in the draft. The Bears released him on Aug. 31.
Tough game ahead
The Cardinals have been installed as 13 1/2 point underdogs against the New England Patriots this Sunday. They are the biggest underdog in the NFL in Week Two. Not only will it be New England's home opener but Tom Brady and company looked very impressive in their 34-13 rout of the Tennessee Titans last Sunday.
Teams in the Mountain and Pacific time zones quite often have trouble traveling to the Eastern time zone to play a 1 pm contest. Not only that but starting quarterback John Skelton is out for the next 2-4 weeks with his low ankle sprain. Kevin Kolb, wh...
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The Arizona Cardinals have announced that starting quarterback John Skelton will miss the next 2-4 weeks with a low ankle sprain that he suffered during the team’s season opening win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Skelton went down after a less than stellar performance in his first three quarters of play, and he has to be the lest bit worried that even when he does come back...
I’ve been well put on the record here on the Pigskin Report in my beliefs that Kevin Kolb, despite playing for my beloved Alma mater at the University of Houston, is not a starting quarterback in this league. But after starting Sunday as an overpaid backup and finishing as an unsung hero, he has the chance to prove me, and many others, dead wrong.
After getting beat out for...
Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is inching closer to acknowledging that Kevin Kolb will be the starting quarterback for Sunday's game at New England.
Whisenhunt said Thursday that ''it doesn't look great'' for John Skelton being able to play as he recovers from the ankle injury sustained in last Sunday's season opener against Seattle. Kolb relieved...
Arizona QB John Skelton has an ankle sprain and is expected to miss 2-4 weeks, according to a report at ProFootballTalk.com.Fantasy Spin:Coach Ken Whisenhunt did not rule out Skelton playing Sunday and refused to discuss Skelton's time frame at all during his Monday press conference. We'd like to rule out Skelton or Kevin Kolb from starting on any fantasy league team until...
As if the quarterback situation in Arizona couldn’t get any more uncertain, it did when John Skelton went down with what’s being called a low-ankle sprain. Now, Kevin Kolb gets another chance at being the starter.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Cardinals will go with Kevin Kolb as there starting quarterback for this week’s game against the Patriots, Since John Skelton is dealing with a sprained ankle.
Cardinals plan to start Kevin Kolb on Sunday vs. New England Patriots.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 13, 2012
If Kolb ends up getting injured this week, we may see Ryan Lindley.
CARDINALS vs. PATRIOTS (Sept 16 1 PM ET)
The Cardinals have their work cut out for them in this non-conference match up facing the Patriots in their house. Kevin Kolb will make the start and gets yet another chance to show he should be THE man under center.
No shock that the Pats struggled on pass defense in their season opener, but Brady was solid, Stevan Ridley gained 125...
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is having fun with this less-than-suspenseful quarterback decision.
Despite the fact that Week 1 starter John Skelton missed Wednesdays and Thursdays practices and was able to do only rehab work Friday with his walking boot off, Whisenhunt had this to say when asked if the Cardinals had a starting quarterback for Sundays game against...
By BOB BAUM
AP Sports Writer
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is inching closer to acknowledging that Kevin Kolb will be the starting quarterback for Sunday's game at New England.
"We still have time," Whisenhunt said. "It doesn't look great for John (Skelton) being able to play, but Kevin's had a very good week of practice and has...
The New England Patriots reached the Super Bowl last season despite a shaky defense, but that unit could be drastically improved if Week 1 is any indication.
Tom Brady's offense, meanwhile, appears as potent as ever.
The Patriots aim for another impressive all-around showing Sunday in their home opener against the Arizona Cardinals, who seem likely to have Kevin Kolb under...