Found September 13, 2012 on Pro Sports Daily:
The Cardinals are expected to start Kevin Kolb at quarterback Sunday at New England with John Skelton's ankle injury limiting him. Kolb completed 6 of 8 passes and guided the Cardinals to a game-winning touchdown in Week 1 against Seattle after Skelton was carted off the field with an ankle sprain. Kolb lost a competition with Skelton in preseason and began the season on the bench. ESPN reported Kolb would likely get the start Sunday. Skelton missed practice Wednesday, but coach Ken Whisenhunt said he was making progress. Kolb knows he's been heavily criticized for a poor preseason but he tries not to pay attention to the criticism. He said he doesn't watch or read stories about himself, and that his close friends and family know not to bring things to his attention. "It's the ones that you haven't talked to in two months: 'I heard this, man,'" Kolb said. "And I'm like, 'dude, I didn't even know that went on.' You a...
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