Originally posted on Fox Sports Arizona  |  Last updated 12/21/11
TEMPE, Ariz. -- Another day, another round of quarterback questions for the Arizona Cardinals, but still no answer about Saturday's starter. Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt on Wednesday declined to name a starting QB for Saturday's game in Seattle, as Kevin Kolb continues progressing from a head injury suffered Dec. 11. "It's still a process," Whisenhunt said. "Like we talked about Sunday, he still was feeling it a little bit, so today was critical for him to go through a full practice, do a lot of the reps and see how he feels afterwards. It's really going to depend on how he responds today and tomorrow." Kolb, who also battled a foot injury this season, took a knee to the back of his head on Arizona's first series against the 49ers and sat out last Sunday's game against the Browns after being bothered during the pregame by noise and light. After practice Wednesday, Kolb said backup John Skelton took a few more reps with the first team offense, though the split was pretty close. Kolb said he doesn't quite feel "normal," but that he did get through the entire practice without issue. "This morning it was a little bit more, maybe a few symptoms but nothing much," Kolb said. "I felt better being on the field (today) than I felt all of last week." The injury came just a week after Kolb had perhaps his best half of the season, leading the Cardinals to an overtime win against the Dallas Cowboys. That was also Kolb's first game back after missing four weeks with the foot injury. Both Kolb and Skelton addressed the media Wednesday as they did when the starter was in question before week 11. Asked if Kolb would start as long as his health checked out, Whisenhunt deferred to his usual mantra. "We'll see," Whisenhunt said. "I don't have to make that decision right now, do I?" Skelton is 4-1 as a starter this season and has displayed a knack for second-half heroics, leading some to believe he should be named the starter regardless of Kolb's health. But when it comes to who should start, Skelton is staying politically correct. "The more you play, the more comfortable you get out there," Skelton said. "No matter who's at quarterback, whether it's me or Kevin, I know that the offense and the team is really going to rally around either one of us."
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