John Skelton was noting last week how the NFL has a brutal way of sometimes resolving quarterback controversies on its own.
Yeah, he said. For good or for bad.
On Tuesday, it was the bad kind of resolution for the Arizona Cardinals. The team confirmed that quarterback Kevin Kolb suffered a sprain of the SC joint and cartilage damage in his ribs and will miss an unspecified amount of time. The official update also said CT and MRI results showed no fracture in Kolbs ribs or sternum.
Kolb was injured late in the fourth quarter of Sundays 19-16 overtime loss to the Bills when he scrambled on a busted play and was tackled by two players, landing on top of the football.
Kolb missed about half of his first season as a Cardinal in 2011 with foot and head (concussion) injuries. He was relegated to the backup role when the season started, but Skelton suffered an ankle sprain in the fourth quarter of a Week-1 game against Seattle.
Kolb came on and rallied the Cardinals to victory, then le...