Kevin Kolb Fantasy News
Thursday, May 16, 2013, 11:19am
“I’m getting better,” said Johnson. ”It’s just frustrating seeing the guys running around, but it’s getting better.”
Johnson has no idea when he’ll be cleared.
“I don’t know it’s just a timing thing,” he said. ”I’m just doing everything that they’re telling me to. I’m doing the weight room stuff. Of course I’m inside the playbook and when they give me the green light I’ll be ready to go.”
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Monday, April 29, 2013, 10:07pm
Once the team landed QB E.J. Manuel, the Bills had accomplished a prime objective. "Our goal coming in was to bring in another bell-cow quarterback to compete for the job [with newly signed Kevin Kolb and holdover Tarvaris Jackson], and we did that with E.J.," CEO Russ Brandon said. "Then we added some new tools in the toolbox."
It sounds as if Manuel will compete to start for the Bills.
Arians targeting 100 receptions, 10-15 TDs for Larry Ftzgerald
Thursday, April 25, 2013, 2:34pm
“It was a down year, and it’s nice to see him on a mission right now to get back to where he was, and rightfully so. He’s a premier player and we need to have him back up over 100 catches and 10-15 touchdowns.”
Under Arians, Colts WR Reggie Wayne finished 2012 with 106-1355-5, but Wayne was also helped by the arrival of QB Andrew Luck. Fitzgerald should also see an improvement in QB with Carson Palmer under center. Palmer is no savior, but he should provide at least mediocre play at QB which will be a big improvement from the three-headed monster of Kevin Kolb, John Skelton and Ryan Lindley. We're expecting a bounce-back season for Fitzy, who still is among the most-talented WRs in the NFL.
Bills sign Kevin Kolb to two-year deal
Saturday, March 30, 2013, 11:10pm
The Bills could still draft a QB, but at this point it appears that Kolb will start Week 1.
Cardinals "not ready to give up on Kevin Kolb"
Tuesday, January 1, 2013, 12:19pm
Quarterback will be one of the central issues around the new coach and general manager of the Cardinals. That’s obvious. It was obvious to former coach Ken Whisenhunt, who mentioned over and over the need for more consistent quarterback play, and for team president Michael Bidwill, who noted during his press conference one of the requirements for his new decision-makers will be about “not just finding but also developing quarterbacks.”
Which takes us to the injured Kevin Kolb. In two seasons, Kolb has been hurt more than healthy. When he played this year, the Cardinals were finding ways to win. And Bidwill gave an important quote about the QB — who still figures to have to restructure his contract (he is due a total of $11 million in 2013) to return: “I’m not ready to give up on Kevin Kolb yet.”
Bidwill acknowledged the Cards “probably” haven’t gotten value yet on the Kolb trade, which included the hefty contract. “That’s one of the questions we will really focus on with the coaching staff candidates,” Bidwill said. “How do we see about Kevin and his performance and how we can turn him into the quarterback of the future here for the Cardinals and make that decision, if he is the right guy?”
This decision will drastically impact the value of Larry Fitzgerald, who struggled to a 71-798-4 season, his worst totals since his rookie season. Fitzgerald will turn 30 before next season.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012, 2:06pm
"Clearly Arizona has to do something at the quarterback position, and more than likely I think they'll wipe themselves out after two years of the Kevin Kolb experiment," ESPN NFL insider John Clayton told ESPN Radio's Mike & Mike Tuesday. "I don't know if they move on Alex Smith or draft a quarterback, but they've got to do something."
Kolbs problem was he couldn't stay healthy. By the time this season is over, Kolb will have played in just 15 of 32 games. As the story points out, it doesn't really matter how good you are if you can't stay on the field.
Sunday, December 9, 2012, 3:09pm
Monday, November 26, 2012, 5:32pm
Cards coach Kevin Kolb made progress in practice last week but still was having soreness. His availability for this weekend’s game in New York against the Jets is very much in doubt with an entire week of practice to go.
With that in mind, coach Ken Whisenhunt said today Ryan Lindley will get a second straight start in the New York game.
Monday, November 26, 2012, 2:06pm
Sunday, November 25, 2012, 3:07pm