Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt announced that QB Ryan Lindley will start in Week 15 against the Lions.
The Cardinals' losses seem to be getting worse by the week as their nine-game losing streak rolls out of control.
John Skelton will return to being the Cardinals’ starting quarterback, head coach Ken Whisenhunt said Wednesday.
Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt announced that rookie Ryan Lindley will start at quarterback in Week 12 vs. the Rams.
The Cardinals appear to be limping toward the finish line to complete a dismal season that was once filled with promise.
Storm clouds are hovering over the Cardinals, who dropped their third game in a row and showed no signs of turning things around in Minnesota.
Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb's latest injury appears to have made his future in the desert look increasingly iffy.
Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb will be out for several weeks after having multiple ribs detach from his sternum, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Cardinals coach Ken Whisenhunt is inching closer to acknowledging that Kevin Kolb will be the starting QB Sunday at New England.
Cardinals head coach Ken Whisenhunt said QB John Skelton has a low ankle sprain and is not ruled out for Week Two.
Cardinals starting QB John Skelton was carted off the field with a right ankle injury. Kevin Kolb replaced him.
While John Skelton will start the season as the Cardinals' starting QB over Kevin Kolb, his hold on the job remains far from firm.
John Skelton will be the Cardinals’ starting quarterback in Week One, according to Adam Caplan of The Sideline View.
The Titans have done a great job handling their QB transition. The Cardinals have done it the wrong way and remain in a state of confusion there.
Most observers of the battle for the Cardinals' starting QB job believe John Skelton has separated himself from Kevin Kolb.