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The Arizona Cardinals have a serious battle going on for their starting quarterback spot.
John Skelton outplayed Kevin Kolb last season, as the former Eagles quarterback battled injuries and inconsistency.
But thanks to Kolb's six-year, $65 million contract, the Cardinals are going to give him every opportunity to win the starting gig.
After Kolb injured his ribs during Arizona's preseason opener, Skelton stepped in and played well. Kolb returned to 11-on-11 drills this week, so he appears to be fine.
But right now it looks like the $65 million man is losing his grip on the starting job. Skelton has just produced better results as the starter and looks far more comfortable under center.
Still, Kolb will likely start the remaining preseason games in an effort to give him a chance to prove himself.
This one should go down to the wire.