If the Arizona Cardinals want Kevin Kolb they will have to outbid the Seattle Seahawks.
Pete Carroll’s squad is rumored to be offering a first round pick and a second round pick for the Eagles backup. The Cardinals, thought to be the favorite to land the QB, would theoretically have to beat that offer.
“Am I the only one seeing this stuff and getting kind of freaked out that the lockout is going to end soon — which I’m glad — and the Arizona Cardinals might make a big mistake in going and getting Kevin Kolb as their quarterback,” Sports 620 KTAR’s Mark Asher asked on the Gambo and Ash show. “Am I the only one?”
No, Ash is not.
As the lockout has continued, the idea of Kolb, especially at the price he’s likely to command, has been a non-attractive one to many people.
After all, the guy has thrown 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in his career, and though he has not started many games, at 26 it’s a question of just how much more he has to offer.