Found September 20, 2012 on
Kissing Suzy Kolber:
Darnell Dockett: Ay! Ay, Kobe! Let me talk at you a second.
Kevin Kolb: Kolb.
Kolb: My last name is Kolb. Pronounced cobb, like corn on the cobb.
Dockett: That right? Aw damn, that’s my bad, Kolb. Hey, I gotta tell you something. I know this Sunday means a lot to you. I heard you a Philly boy. That’s your hometown.
Kolb: I’m not actually from Philadelphia. I grew up in Texas. I just played for the Eagles for a couple of years before I came here.
Dockett: For real? I had this whole thing I was gonna say about how much I hate Philly and hate the Eagles. You would have appreciated it.
Dockett: Boy, it would have fired you up.
Kolb: I mean, we still gotta play them on Sunday. You might as well share it.
Dockett: Nah, it ain’t the same, man. You can’t fake that kind of emotion.
Kolb: I guess not.
Dockett: Anyway, I wanted to let you know that even though you injured, we gotta knock dem Philly boys on they ass. Been too long of people...
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Is this Kevin Kolb’s time to shine again? Regardless of whether you like Kevin Kolb or not, the Arizona Cardinals are 3-0 with many of the reasons due to his presence. If it wasn’t for Kevin Kolb coming into the Seattle Seahawks game afterJohn Skelton became injured, the Cardinals would have lost the game. Then, Kolb struggles against the New England Patriots the next week to...
Playing a former team always gives players an extra bit of motivation in the week leading up to gameday. Playing a former team that also bailed on you as a player gives you even more of a kick in the rear.
This weekend, the Arizona Cardinals are matched up against the Philadelphia Eagles, Kevin Kolb's former team. Life hasn't exactly been easy for Kolb since being...
The wife of Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb is due to give birth on Oct. 4, the same day the Cardinals play at the St. Louis Rams. Kolb, who recently took over as the starter with John Skelton out with an ankle injury, does not want to miss the birth of his third daughter. "I don't want to have to make that decision," Kolb told the Arizona Republic. "...
(Eds: Updates. With AP Photos.) By ROB MAADDI AP Pro Football Writer Kevin Kolb waited three years to replace Donovan McNabb as the starting quarterback for the Eagles only to keep the job just one half.
Two years later, he has a chance to prove they gave up on him too soon.
''I'm trying to prepare myself, make sure I'm not too excited, too hyped,'' Kolb...
The Eagles' former franchise QB.
Hey, Kevin Kolb! It’s been ages!
The Eagles will square off against he who was once the future of the franchise on Sunday, with John Skelton still recovering from injury. When the Birds played the Cardinals last year (a game that the Eagles won, 21-17), Kolb said that he was able to help his team on the sidelines with calls. He’ll hopefully...
At the season's outset, it didn't appear Kevin Kolb would get to face his former team in Week 3. Many would have believed it to be even less likely his team would enter undefeated.
An injury caused Kolb to lose his starting job to Michael Vick, and another one may be the reason he gets to square off against the man who replaced him as the Arizona Cardinals host the Philadelphia...
The Incredible Start for the Arizona Cardinals
Having not made any waves in the NFL since their remarkable 2009 Super Bowl appearance, the Arizona Cardinals have fallen by the wayside and were put on the backburner of emerging teams to be on the look out for. But it seems the tides have turned in the desert at the moment, as the Cardinals are slowly beginning to show signs of strength...
So far this year, if there is one thing that is obvious, it is that nothing is guaranteed. Though the Philadelphia Eagles may have nine turnovers in two games, they still sit atop the NFC East at 2-0. The Cardinals are perhaps more lucky to be 2-0 than the Eagles. The Cards defeated the Patriots last Sunday for the first time in 20 years thanks to a muffed kick by Stephen Gostkowski...
When the Arizona Cardinals host the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Larry Fitzgerald will be catching passes from Kevin Kolb for the home team. But the former Pittsburgh Panthers standout wide receiver says he was very close to doing the same for the Eagles.
Ironically enough, Fitzgerald could have even been catching balls from Kolb with Philadelphia, had things gone down a bit differently...