Kevin Kolb faces more pressure than anyone in NFL
Acquired by the Arizona Cardinals before last season to be the team's long-term answer, Kolb played in just nine games -- finishing eight -- and was very underwhelming when on the field.
And whether Kolb is under pressure to stay healthy, which is something he has yet to do in his NFL career, or simply outperform John Skelton, who led the Cardinals to six wins last season, the fact remains that it's time for Kolb to put up or shut up.
"I think it's quite conceivable that there's not another NFL player facing as much heat as Kevin Kolb will be this season," CBS NFL analyst and former NFL QB Rich Gannon told Arizona Sports 620's Doug and Wolf Tuesday. "Here's a guy that was paid a lot of money, he was expected to come in and be the starter."
Kolb can still be that guy.
Healthy and with a full offseason under his belt, the 27- year-old is out of excuses. He knows it, and it seems everyone else does, too.
- Karlos Dansby, Cardinals linebacker - Friday May 10Dansby tells Doug & Wolf how excited he is to be back and how he plans to contribute
- Calais Campbell, AZ Cardinals defensive end - Monday May 6Big #93 talks to the guys about the new coaching staff and becoming more of a leader
- Calais Campbell, Cardinals DE - Friday May 3Campbell talks about his inaugural charity golf tournament debuting this weekend. Also, he gives his
- Andre Ellington, Cardinals RB - Thursday May 2Arizona's 6th round pick joins the show to reminisce on his college career and talk about what he br
- Earl Watford, Cardinals 4th Round Selection - Wednesday May 1Earl Watford talked to Doug & Wolf about his strengths and being drafted out of a small school.