When the Cardinals cut quarterback Kevin Kolb, some believed that his former offensive coordinator in Philly would bring him to New York, where Marty Mornhinweg now draws up the plays and calls them.
Two weeks later, nothing.
But another team in the same division is at least interested in kicking the tires. Per a league source, the Bills are interested in Kolb.
On the surface, the move would make little sense. They already have an underachieving veteran in Tarvaris Jackson. The Bills need a rookie to pair with him.
Of course, the Bills would benefit from creating the impression that they’re set at quarterback. Currently, it’s clear they’ll be picking a signal-caller in either of the first two rounds. Adding Kolb would make that less clear.
That said, it would become even more clear that the Bills will extend their non-playoff streak to 15 seasons if the go with Jackson and Kolb as their top two options at quarterback.
Hey, at least the expectations won’t be too high, like they were in 2012.