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It may be time for Kevin Kolb to walk away from the game.
The Buffalo News' Tim Graham reports the Bills quarterback had a hard time answering questions like "where are you?" and "what's your name?" after suffering a concussion in Saturday's preseason game.
Graham reported Sunday that Kolb's concussion -- the latest in a long line of them -- is severe enough that it may end his career. Bills coach Doug Marrone confirmed the injury, but noted that Kolb is focused on recovery before considering retirement.
At the very least, Kolb is expected to miss the upcoming season, as the team will move forward with new signee Matt Leinart backing up rookies E.J. Manuel and Jeff Tuel. An undrafted free agent, Tuel is expected to start the season opener while Manuel recovers from knee surgery.
Kolb, 29, should only be considered about his long-term health at this point, so hanging up his cleats seems like the smart decision to make. His NFL career was o...
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The Buffalo Bills were supposed to be on the right track. They brought in Kevin Kolb before the draft and got the guy they liked to eventually take over the QB position in E.J. Manuel. Now after three weeks of the preseason, they are nowhere close to being on the right track.
In the third preseason game against the Redskins, Kevin Kolb suffered a concussion while sliding for a first...
Buffalo Bills quarterback, Kevin Kolb, got the start for the
all-important third preseason game on Saturday with E.J. Manuel sidelined with
knee issues. However, Kolb’s start
lasted as long as a Western New York summer.
Alper of NBCSports reports that Kolb left Saturday’s game against the
Washington Redskins with “concussion-like” symptoms after the second offensive...
BY DAN BEGNOCHEBuffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb can't catch a break.Recently returning from a fluke knee injury, the Bills were hoping to get Kolb a solid amount of snaps Saturday with rookie E.J. Manuel on the sidelines with a knee injury of his own.The seven-year vet lasted less than a quarter, sustaining a potential concussion on the team's second offensive drive and...
Kevin Kolb left the game with concussion-like symptoms, leaving the Buffalo Bills with an undrafted rookie as their only healthy quarterback.
That's right. There's a team even more quarterback-depleted this preseason than the Washington Redskins, who are making do without Robert Griffin III and Kirk Cousins.
The Redskins beat the Bills 30-7 Saturday, but nearly all of the...
Concussions are still a hot-button issue around the NFL, and they may be endangering the career of yet another veteran player.
Kevin Kolb suffered a “serious” concussion during the Buffalo Bills preseason loss to the Washington Redskins over the weekend. The injury was so serious in fact, that the Bills are concerned that it might be career-ending, according to ESPN’s Adam...
Buffalo News’ Tim Graham is reporting quarterback Kevin Kolb struggled with concussion on-the-field tests following Saturday’s hard hit (Credit: Democratandchronicle)
During Saturday’s preseason game against the Washington Redskins, Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb was knocked unconscious and removed from the game. At the time, the severity of the concussion was not immediately...
According to Tim Graham of the Buffalo News, the Bills are worried that Kevin kolb’s career could be over after suffering another concussion.
Source tells me Bills concerned Kevin Kolb's concussion may be career-ending and they're proceeding with that in mind.
— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) August 25, 2013
Kolb is like the Jahvid Best of quarterbacks. He has a knack...
Every time a team takes the field there is a chance that history will be made, but when the Buffalo Bills face off with the New England Patriots to open the regular season, it looks like all they will have to do in order to make history is show up. Thanks to injuries to E.J. Manuel and Kevin Kolb
We knew the Bills had to be concerned about Kevin Kob’s injury when they signed Matt Leinart but Tim Graham of the Buffalo News reports this latest concussion could be career threatening:
With this latest news, it may be time for Kolb to hang em up. He has had a few concussions in the past and he has made good money. It may be time to go be a family man.
Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb went down during today’s preseason game with a concussion. Bills QB Kevin Kolb has concussion-like symptoms, EJ Manuel recovering from knee surgery. Who starts opening day? — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 24, 2013 With E.J. Manuel recovering from knee surgery and Kolb now down, the Bills will work out free agent Matt Leinart, according...
If you own the New England Patriots defense in your fantasy football league you have to be licking your chops looking forward to week 1.
The Buffalo Bills are most likely without E.J. Manuel, their first round draft pick, and the first overall quarterback selected in the 2013 NFL draft due to a procedure to clean up his knee. They also lost injury stricken, second string quarterback...
The Buffalo Bills aren't just preparing for their regular-season opener with a major question mark at quarterback because of injuries to E.J. Manuel and Kevin Kolb.
They also will be without someone whom head coach Doug Marrone believes may have enjoyed the best preseason of any player on the roster.
Overshadowed by Marrone's announcement Monday that undrafted rookie quarterback...
With Kevin Kolb’s career likely over and rookie R.J. Manuel recovering from knee surgery, Bills head coach Doug Marrone told reporters today that they plan on having Jeff Tuel start in their season opener against the Patriots.
Doug Marrone says plan is for Jeff Tuel to start against Patriots on opening day.
— Tim Graham (@ByTimGraham) August 26, 2013
Tuel threw for 2,088,...
With both Kevin Kolb and E.J. Manuel hurt, the Bills' Week 1 starter could be rookie Jeff Tuel. Fantasy Spin:The team is still hoping that Manuel will recover in time, but if that doesn't happen, Tuel would be the first undrafted rookie QB to start a season opener.
With EJ Manuel and Kevin Kolb injured, and with undrafted rookie Jeff Tuel the only remaining healthy quarterback on the roster, the Buffalo Bills are about to add a former top-10 pick.
The team will sign one-time Arizona Cardinals draft pick Matt Leinart following a workout on Sunday, a source told FOX Sports. Leinart beat out former Washington Redskins quarterback John Beck in...