Found March 05, 2013 on FF Locker Room:
Kevin Kolb, QB, Arizona Cardinals Player Profile Height/Weight: 6-3/218 Birthdate: 8/24/1984 School: Houston FANTASY FOOTBALL ANALYSIS Brought in via trade from the Philadelphia Eagles in 2011, it was expected that the Arizona Cardinals had finally found the quarterback of the future which had been void since the retirement of Kurt Warner. Well, that story book scenario hasn’t played out true and he very well could find himself as the past rather than the future, sooner than you may think. He has roughly a 13 million dollar figure heading towards the 2013 salary cap and the Cardinals are looking to negotiate for a more cap-friendly number or just release him outright. Keep Kevin Kolb off of your roster until you hit a bye-week, he has a great matchup (if healthy) and you are totally out of luck with options. (Updated 3/05/13) UPDATES None. The post Fantasy Football Player Profile – Kevin Kolb, QB appeared first on FFLockerRoom.

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