Kolb exits with injury

AP

The Hall of Fame game could be a night that lives in infamy for Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb.

After throwing an interception on his first throw and then presiding over a three-and-out, Kolb landed on his right shoulder/arm while being brought down after throwing a pass by Saints defensive tackle Sedrick Ellis.

Kolb most likely won’t be back.   Though the specific injury isn’t known at this point, it appears that Kolb didn’t strike his head on the ground, making yet another concussion less likely.

John Skelton has entered the game in place of Kolb.

UPDATE 8:53 p.m. ET:  Stacey Dales of NFL Network reports that Kolb has a “rib contusion.”