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Cardinals president Michael Bidwill told reporters on Monday that he is “not willing to give up on Kevin Kolb yet.”
“That’s one of the questions we will really focus on with the coaching staff candidates,” Bidwill said, via azcardinals.com. “How do we see about Kevin and his performance and how we can turn him into the quarterback of the future here for the Cardinals and make that decision, if he is the right guy?“
The Cardinals will have to decide whether or not keep Kolb despite his $9 million base salary for the 2013 season. Kolb also has a $2 million roster bonus that will be due in March, so it seems unlikely that they would be willing to keep him at that price, especially when you consider that none of it is guaranteed.
The fact that Arizona will be hiring a new general manager and head coach in the coming weeks also suggests that Kolb is a long-shot to return.
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According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Andy Reid plans on telling the Cardinals he can fix Kevin Kolb, to try to become their next head coach.Per source, what will Andy Reid’s pitch to the #Cardinals will be: “I can fix Kevin Kolb.” Arizona would like to keep Kolb if possible.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 2, 2013I don’t think Kolb is a great quarterback, but...
The Cardinals jumped out to a hot 0-4 start that included what should have been a signature victory against the New England Patriots.
What happened from that point forward was bowling shoe ugly.
On Black Monday they began their search for answers as they let coach Ken Whisenhunt go.
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Kevin Kolb needs help in becoming a quality starting quarterback in the NFL. Andy Reid needs a new head coaching job. The Arizona Cardinals need a new head coach.
Are you seeing where I am going here?
To make things clear, it appears as if the Cardinals may not wish to drag out their search for a new head coach, which could mean that Reid is not unemployed for too long. It could...
The Arizona Cardinals have fired general manager Rod Graves after another disappointing season.
Cardinals Gm Rod Graves fired.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 31, 2012
The Cardinals have too many issues at the quarterback position as well as on their offensive line that never got addressed.
There’s also a chance head coach Ken Whisenhunt could get fired as well.
Kevin Acee of the Union-Tribune San Diego reports that the only candidate that the Chargers are “seriously” considering is Colts OC Bruce Arians.
Acee adds that former Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt is interested in the position, but doesn’t anything about the Chargers interest in him.
Chargers have already hired former Packers GM Ron Wolf to help with their search...
Don Banks of SI.com reports that a league source has informed him that Cardinals GM Rod Graves and coach Ken Whisenhunt could be the “next two shoes to drop.”
Banks adds that the team is still deciding what to do regarding the two men.
Previous reports have indicated that it’s very likely that Graves was going to be let go today, but there seemed to be some optimism that Whisenhunt...
The Arizona Cardinals are “very close” to reaching an
agreement with Andy Reid to become the team’s next head coach, according Tim
Ring of KTVK-TV in Arizona.
I am reporting the Cardinals are very close to a deal with Andy Reid to become the team's next head coach.#AZCardinals #Eagles #NFL
— Tim Ring (@timring3TV) January 1, 2013
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So the rumor on ESPN is how Andy Reid is the favorite to take the coaching job in Arizona, and to all of my friends out there who feel like this is a good sign of hope, and how you might get a two-fer with him resurrecting QB Kevin Kolb's career...
Well, um, OK. Sure. But there's bigger problems afoot than that. Most notably, that you might...
As seven NFL teams look for new coaches, several of 2012′s head coaches are expected to jump to new teams after being fired Monday.
Common sense says that would be Andy Reid, who went 130-93 in 14 seasons with the Eagles, or Lovie Smith, who was 81-63 in nine years with the Bears. Unless, of course, the team is the Bills. Then, apparently, it’s time to raid the cupboard of the...