Cardinals starting quarterback John Skelton said he and Kevin Kolb have not discussed the now-concluded quarterback battle since coach Ken Whisenhunt named Skelton the starter on Friday. But Kolb did speak to reporters Monday for the first time since receiving the bad news.
One thing I have learned in this league is its full of surprises, Kolb said. You just keep pressing forward. If you take time to sulk, youll be left behind, and then an opportunity will pass you by.
Kolb said his conversation with Whisenhunt last week was short and direct. But he was evasive when asked for one or two reasons why he lost a job for which he seemed a lock entering training camp.
I know there are still good things to come here, he said. I think that every time something happens. Thats the perspective I keep.
Theres no time to sulk. Theres no time to feel sorry for myself. Ive got to go back to work today and get ready for the Seahawks.
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