Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb suffered an injury in the fourth quarter of the team’s 19-16 overtime loss against the Buffalo Bills this weekend and is expected to remain on the sideline for several weeks as a result. Kolb reportedly had “several ribs detached” from his sternum, per ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb will be unable to play Sunday vs Minnesota and is expected to be out several weeks after he had multiple ribs detach from his sternum as well as suffering a sprained sternoclavicular joint in his chest area against the Buffalo Bills this past Sunday, according to a team source. Kolb has been battered in recent weeks, absorbing 23 sacks in the past three games alone.
With Kolb out due to injury, John Skelton will return as the team’s starting signal-caller.