Our sources in the desert agree that new Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb remains a real work in progress, as he fights through the growing pains of dealing with a new offense.
As long as the Cardinals keep saving their worst for last, a frustrating dry spell figures to continue as far as victories in the desert are concerned.
PFW's editors select the seven quarterbacks under the most pressure heading into the season, led by Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb at No. 1.
San Diego's Bryan Walters caught a 14-yard pass from Billy Volek with 3 seconds remaining to give the Chargers a 34-31 preseason victory over Arizona on Saturday night.
Fantasy guru William Del Pilar suggests his fantasy sleepers and undervalued players heading into 2011.
Some team in the NFL is going to go from being a last-place team to a first-place one. PFW's Eli Kaberon thinks there's only one choice: the Cardinals.
The Cardinals announced Tuesday that QB Kevin Kolb signed a new contract keeping him in Arizona through 2016.
If new Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb fails to deliver, coach Ken Whisenhunt's legacy will be stained.
The Eagles remain in the famous backup QB business, signing Vince Young to a one-year deal.
The Cardinals finally got themselves a new starting quarterback, but the price for former Eagles backup Kevin Kolb was high indeed.
The trade everyone expected has finally gone through, as the Eagles have traded QB Kevin Kolb to the Cardinals for CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and a second-round pick.
A radio report in Philadelphia said that the Eagle may try to sign Brett Favre if they are able to trade Kevin Kolb once the lockout ends.
PFW executive editor Dan Arkush believes there are at least five better Cardinals QB options than Eagles backup Kevin Kolb, with Denver's Kyle Orton at the top of the list.
The way we hear it, the Eagles have been gearing up not only for the expected financial crunch of free agency but also the odd timing of it.
With NFL teams stuck in a state of limbo thanks to the lingering lockout, we offer our take on where the Eagles stand.