3 Big Reasons the Arizona Cardinals Cannot Trust Kevin Kolb at Quarterback

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3 Big Reasons the Arizona Cardinals Cannot Trust Kevin Kolb at Quarterback
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The Arizona Cardinals should have a hard time placing any trust in quarterback Kevin Kolb, and there are three big reasons to support that claim.

Arizona traded away cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and its 2012 second-round pick to the Philadelphia Eagles for Kolb. They then signed him to a five-year, $63 million contract extension that could potentially keep him in Arizona through the 2016 season—should things work out.

Should things not work out, as I suspect they may not, Arizona can get out of the deal following the upcoming season and owe him only the $6 million left in signing-bonus money (out of $10 million, at $2 million per season).

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