Posted November 23, 2011 on
QB Kevin Kolb's right foot injury must show considerable improvement if he's going to play Sunday in St. Louis.
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TEMPE, Ariz. Its a shame the Cardinals dont play the St. Louis Rams three times this season. Third-string quarterback Rich Bartel would love to make his first career start.
Like the homecoming opponent prep teams schedule to ensure a win, Arizona will likely use the Rams game this Sunday in St. Louis for the return of quarterback Kevin Kolb. Backup John Skelton also made his first...
QB has turned into a Black Hole once again for the Cardinals in 2011. The Cardinals traded for 27-year old Kevin Kolb after the lockout was lifted and he has not been the answer so far this year. Kolb has played in 7 games for the Cardinals so far this year and he has completed 129 of 227 passes (56.8%) for 1,706 yards with 8 TD passes and 8 INTs (77.8 QB Rating). Kolb has...
Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb went through a substantial practice for the first time since his injury three weeks ago and says he is optimistic he will be able to play Sunday
at St. Louis.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb on Wednesday went
through a substantial practice for the first time since suffering a
turf toe and bruise on the side of his right foot three weeks ago
Despite his abysmal effort on Sunday, Arizona Cardinals quarterback John Skelton will remain the starter on Sunday if Kevin Kolb still can't play.
Quarterback John Skelton's dreadful performance against San Francisco must make Arizona fans anxious for the return of Kevin Kolb. The trouble is, no one knows when that might happen. Kolb's right foot injury is showing slow progress, at best.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt says Skelton will remain the starting quarterback if Kolb is forced to miss a fourth straight game when the...
With his limp nearly gone and a practice (well, about half of one) behind him, Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is optimistic that he will be ready to return to weekend work Sunday in St. Louis.
Arizona Cardinals quarterback John Skelton led his struggling club to its first win streak this season while filling in for an injured Kevin Kolb. A miserable performance from Skelton, however, helped bring that run to an end last week.
If Kolb is unavailable once again, Skelton will likely get the chance to bounce back while helping the Cardinals top the St. Louis Rams for the...