TEMPE, Ariz. (AP) -- With 13 days remaining before the regular-season opener, the Cardinals still don't have a starting quarterback.
Coach Ken Whisenhunt said Monday that he's still not ready to announce whether Kevin Kolb or John Skelton will start the Sept. 9 game against the Seahawks, making the Cards the only team in the NFL that hasn't selected a starter.
"I have the sense that everyone is expecting a starting quarterback announcement today," Whisenhunt said to open his regular Monday news conference. "We don't have one for you."
To make the situation a bit more perplexing, Whisenhunt said he doesn't expect either quarterback to play in the team's preseason finale at home Thursday night against the Broncos.
That leaves two days of full practice and one walk-through to further evaluate Kolb and Whisenhunt if the team is to have a starter when game-planning begins in earnest for the season opener.
Rookie Ryan Lindley, a sixth-round draft pick out of San Diego State, will sta...