Kevin Kolb Questionable With Head Injury

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb was limited throughout this week's practices and is officially listed as "Questionable" for Saturday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals.

After missing four weeks with a foot/toe injury, Kolb had a triumphant return in the Cardinals' overtime win over the Dallas Cowboys in Week 13. Kolb suffered his injury early the following week against the San Francisco 49ers, giving way to second-year quarterback John Skelton, who would make the start if Kolb is unable to play.

"We'll see when we get there," Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt said according to The Arizona Republic on Friday. "We'll make that decision after we travel. We've got to see how he (Kolb) responds after the flight today."

In his first season with the Cardinals, Kolb has completed 57.7 percent of 253 pass attempts for 1,955 yards with nine touchdowns and eight interceptions.

For more on the Cardinals, be sure to check out Revenge Of The Birds.

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