The Buffalo Bills will have a new quarterback this year. Whether it will be Kevin Kolb or first-round draft pick EJ Manuel remains to be seen.
However, early impressions don’t seem to be favorable for Kolb.
According to Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News, the first few days of camp for Kolb have left a lot to be desired.
Kolb worked with the Bills’ first-team offense on Tuesday and didn’t look particularly inspiring. Per Skurski, Kolb “looked at times like he was trying to complete passes to the water cooler on the sidelines.”
Kolb was signed by the Buffalo Bills in March after two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals. Kolb took over for an injured John Skelton Week 1 against Seattle and helped lead the Cardinals to a 4-0 record last season. Kolb went down with an injury in Week 6 as the Cardinals season fell apart after the fast start.
Kolb completed 59.6-percent of his passes last season for 1,169 yards with eight touchdowns and three interceptions in six games.