Kevin Kolb, was brought into the fold in Arizona this offseason to serve as the franchise quarterback, has missed each of the team’s last four games with a veritable cornucopia of injuries in his foot--but it’s looking increasingly likely that Kolb will return for the match-up with your Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Kolb was injured on October 30, and has dealt with turf toe, a strained ligament and a bone bruise over the past month. But he reportedly took every snap with the first team offense at the Cards’ Wednesday practice, and afterward, was feeling optimistic about his chances of playing against Dallas.
“I feel really good,” Kolb said, per the Tucson Citizen. “Obviously, we’ll see tomorrow how it feels after a full day like that, but I have full intention of playing.”
Head coach Ken Whisenhunt was a little more guarded when asked about Kolb this week, saying only that he wouldn’t assume anything at this point.
“The way it’s gone this season for us with different guys, I’m not going to say anything like that today,” Whisenhunt said. “We’ll see how it is tomorrow.”
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