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Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt calls Kevin Kolb's injury minor and expects the quarterback to play in Friday's preseason game against Kansas City.
Kolb left Sunday's Hall of Fame game with bruised ribs. He was limited in practice Tuesday, but Whisenhunt says he does not anticipate any problems for the quarterback through the rest of the week.
Kolb is locked in a tight battle with John Skelton for the starting job. He started but was intercepted on his first throw in Sunday's 17-10 loss to New Orleans. His lone completion came on his final throw, the play on which he was injured.
The Cardinals worked out jointly with the Chiefs on Tuesday at Kansas City's practice facility at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph's.
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Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb bruised his right thigh late in Monday's practice and left the field for treatment.
The injury did not appear to be serious. Team spokesman Mark Dalton said Kolb took a knee to the thigh and that the injury was being iced as a precaution. He said more will be known about the injury on Tuesday.
Kolb was listed as the No. 1 quarterback...
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb sat out Tuesday's practice because of a bruised right thigh but says he will try to work out with the team on Wednesday.
Kolb says the injury isn't serious and won't affect his ability to play in Sunday's Hall of Fame Game against New Orleans in Canton, Ohio.
Kolb was injured when he took a knee to the thigh late in practice...
Will Kevin Kolb be the starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals in 2012? (Credit: AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
Today was a day of good news, followed by bad news for Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb. The Cardinals put out their first official depth chart of the 2012 NFL season and Kolb was listed as the starter.
Only a few hours later, Kolb left practice with a bruised...
Even though Kevin Kolb sustained a thigh bruise in Monday's practice, Arizona Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt named Kolb his starting quarterback for Sunday's Hall of Fame Game against the New Orleans Saints, which is the team's preseason opener, Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com reported Tuesday. Kolb, who has not been declared the team's regular-season starter, took...
The Arizona Cardinals aren't calling the quarterback competition days into training camp, but Kevin Kolb was designated the team's No. 1 quarterback on the initial depth chart released Monday. Kolb, competing with John Skelton for the starting spot, was acquired in July 2011 from the Eagles and went 2-6 as Arizona's starter before missing much of the season with injuries...
According to the Associated Press via ESPN.com, Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb left Monday’s practice early after suffering a right thigh bruise.
The Cardinals don’t believe Kolb’s injury is serious. They’ll like know more on Tuesday.
QB Kevin Kolb bruised his right thigh in practice today and left the field for treatment. Although he is listed as No.1 on the depth chart it is not completely clear he will be the starter over No. 2 John Skelton.
CB Darelle Revis returned to practice Monday after leaving Sunday's practice with tightness in his groin. He ran reps with the first team and showed no signs...
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The Arizona Cardinals released their first depth chart of the year and based on that, it appears as though Kevin Kolb is leading in the QB battle there. Tennessee hopes to have rookie Kendall Wright signed as early as today, according to reports. Second year cornerback Buster Skrine looks ready to pass Sheldon Brown in Cleveland. Titans tight end Jared Cook called late Titans receiver...
Comments on the Arizona Cardinals by the AP Pro32 panel (ranking in parentheses):
ARIZONA CARDINALS (23, TIE)
Clark Judge (CBSSports.com, 20): Could make move to top of division if it finds a QB.
Alex Marvez (Foxsports.com, 21): Kevin Kolb and John Skelton aren't just competing for starting spot. Winner of that battle must prove he's difference-maker at quarterback or...