Kevin Kolb hasn’t just struggled in his first year in Arizona; he hasn’t been available.
Kolb is expected to miss his second straight start because of post-concussion symptoms. This is his second concussion in as many years, although this one has taken longer to recover from.
“[The trainer] thinks with some rest and getting away from the game a little bit, probably within two to three weeks, I’ll feel a lot better,” Kolb said on Wednesday via Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic.
It looks like John Skelton will start for the seventh time this season against the Seahawks in the NFC West’s Second Place Bowl on Sunday.
Kolb has only appeared in two games with a total of 26 pass attempts since October because of a toe injury and now this concussion. He has to play better next year to stick in Arizona. He also has to play more.