Evans Clinchy
Saturday March 17th, 2012

Now that they're officially out of the sweepstakes to land Peyton Manning, the Arizona Cardinals have turned in another direction to satisfy their quarterback needs -- they've made a commitment to current starter Kevin Kolb. From Adam Schefter of ESPN:

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The Cardinals signed Kolb to a six-year, $60 million contract last season. The former Philadelphia Eagle was largely disappointing in year one, missing seven games due to injury and going 3-6 as a starter. He completed only 57.7 percent of his passes, throwing nine touchdowns and eight interceptions. The former Houston Cougar was the Eagles' second-round pick in the 2007 draft. He has 4,037 career passing yards to date, with 20 TDs and 22 picks.

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