9-4-12: Arizona Cardinals Bird Droppings: Kolbs Response to Benching

GLENDALE, AZ - AUGUST 30: Isaiah Williams #80 of the Arizona Cardinals attempts to break a tackle by Rafael Bush #36 of the Denver Broncos at University of Phoenix Stadium on August 30, 2012 in Glendale, Arizona. (Photo by Norm Hall/Getty Images)

Your links on September 4th, 2012. We have now heard from Kolb and if you didn't believe Whisenhunt when he said Kolb acted like a pro, here's your proof. I'm still in Kolb corner, and will be until he gets a legitimate chance but I'll root for Skelton till he can't win anymore.

Arizona Cardinals:

Cards Daily - Prep for Season Opener Begins
Cards talk Opener in your Daily Report.

Adding New Pieces To The Roster
Pat McQuistan sat in front of his locker Monday after his first practice as a Cardinal looking a little dazed. The versatile offensive tackle wasn’t just in his first day of a new system with new teammates in a new city. He was given a locker in the middle of defensive linemen

Settling In On Offense
The quarterback is chosen, the line for now is set, and the running backs are healthy. The Cardinals’ offense has been in flux since training camp began. But Monday, with the Cards getting their first practice of the regular season, the unit finally had a settled nature to it – maybe.

Word From the Birds Blog | Tackle signed, practice squad named
The Cardinals officially announced all the moves swirling around over the weekend. Veteran free agent offensive tackle Pat McQuistan was signed to a one-year deal and reserve lineman Jeremy Bridges (thumb) was placed on injured reserve, ending his season.

Word From the Birds Blog | QB Kevin Kolb: "There’s no time to sulk"
"That’s obvious," Kolb said. "But one thing I have learned in this league is it’s full of surprises. You just keep pressing forward. If you take take time to sulk, you’ll be left behind and then an opportunity will pass you by."

NFL News:

Adrian Peterson's status for Vikings remains up in air - NFL.com
Will Adrian Peterson play Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars? That's the No. 1 question for Minnesota Vikings fans this week, but Leslie Frazier provided little clarity Monday on the RB's status.

Brandon Carr: Dallas Cowboys fed up with Giants - NFL.com
Brandon Carr hasn't been a Dallas Cowboy for long, but the cornerback is getting right into the spirit of the Cowboys-Giants rivalry, Brian McIntyre writes.

McClain not worried about potential suspension - NFL.com
Remember when Raiders linebacker Rolando McClain was sentenced to six months in jail? He still hasn't been suspended by the league and says he's not worried about it.

Jim Kelly: Tom Brady can lead Patriots back - NFL.com
As one who knows what it's like to bounce back from Super Bowl losses, former Buffalo Bills quarterback Jim Kelly said on Tuesday's "NFL AM" that Tom Brady has what it takes to lead the Pats back.

Tony Romo done answering questions about 'windows' - NFL.com
Tony Romo has spent the entire offseason answering the same questions about the same topics. On Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback finally put his foot down.

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