Found November 26, 2012 on
NFL Injury Report:
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb might not be ready to play this Sunday against the New York Jets, according to Bob McManaman of azcentral.com.
If Kolb can't go then Ryan Lindley will make his second career start in New York. Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt talked about the quarterback situation on Monday:
“Until he’s healthy, I don’t know where we’re going to be until that point,” the Cardinals head coach said Monday, a day after Arizona’s 31-17 loss to the visiting St. Louis Rams.
Asked if Kolb can’t play, would he stick with Lindley, Whisenhunt said: “For this week? Yes. Yeah, we’ll stay with Ryan.”
The Cardinals desperately miss Kolb and have dropped to 4-7. The Cardinals have lost seven straight games and haven't won a game since September 30.
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