According to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network, the Arizona Cardinals would be able to opt out of their current contract with quarterback Kevin Kolb with minimal financial ramifications.
Since acquiring Kolb in a trade with the Eagles after the lockout, he’s been nothing but a disappointment on the field with his production and inability to remain healthy.
Kolb is due a $7 million dollar roster bonus in March. And if the Cardinals decide to not pay it and let him walk, they would have payed him a total of $12 million this season. Which really isn’t bad one season, it could definitely be worse.
With back up quarterback John Skelton playing well this season, the Cardinals could end up deciding to dump Kolb after this season.
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