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Kevin Kolb leaving the Arizona Cardinals all depends on what happens with Peyton Manning. Arizona has reportedly already been in touch with Manning's agent, so you know it is interested.
If Arizona is the team to reel in the biggest quarterback free agent ever, and it's very possible that it could do so, that leaves Kolb in an interesting position. The Cardinals certainly won't need both Manning and Kolb, so it is likely that they will seek a trade for Kolb.
Two teams that could be interested in Kolb instantly would be the Washington Redskins and the Miami Dolphins. Both teams have top-10 draft picks in the 2012 NFL draft, and you can bet that they'd rather use those picks on something other than a quarterback who would almost certainly be considered a reach.
Of course, it would likely cost both teams a draft pick or two, but the highest I could possibly see the pick being is a second-round pick. While Kolb is still young, he certainly didn't overly impress during his first season as a starter. He struggled with injuries, and even while he was on the field, he didn't exactly look like a franchise quarterback.
However, he is definitely a better option for winning right now than Chad Henne, Rex Grossman, Ryan Tannehill or Kirk Cousins.
If either Miami or Washington could strike a deal with Arizona for Kolb, it could then focus its first-round pick on a potential game-changing player like Justin Blackmon or Quinton Coples.