When QB Kevin Kolb hit the market as a signal caller after his stint with the Philadelphia Eagles, teams were more than willing to hop on the Kolb bandwagon. He flocked to the desert to play for the Arizona Cardinals, where his horrendous play led to free agency after two years.
Former Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb has had quite a tumultuous NFL career thus far. He was a backup wonder boy in Philly, and flat-out unacceptable in Arizona.
His pitiful play ultimately ended him up as a free agent. However, he found a job up in cold western New York, where he will—at the very least—compete for the starting job for the Buffalo Bills.
He agreed to a two-year deal worth up to $12-13 Million, according to Ian Rapoport and Adam Schefter.
Kolb joins QB’s Tarvaris Jackson and Aaron Corp on the Buffalo roster.
Furthermore, Kolb will have a solid group around him with WR Stevie Johnson and RB’s Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller. He has speed and a slash of power around him, but the Bills really should acquire a large wide receiver to give their quarterback enough tools to be successful.
Kolb needs to win early and often for the Bills, or doubt will sink in immediately.