The Arizona Cardinals finished Sunday's win over the Philadelphia Eagles practically unscathed on the injury front, though coach Ken Whisenhunt still had injury questions to answer about injured starting quarterback, Kevin Kolb.
The update is - there isn't one.
"There is really nothing to discuss right now," Whisenhunt said.
Kolb is still out with a toe injury and Whisenhunt won't come to any conclusions about his future quarterback situation until Kolb is able to prove that the spot is still his.
"But where we are right now, it doesn't matter, until we get Kevin back out there and practicing," Whisenhunt said.
Current starter John Skelton has made things interesting by winning his past two starts. But the old adage is ‘you don't lose your starting spot due to an injury'. Kolb wasn't playing great prior to his injury, which puts Whisenhunt in an even more precarious position.
In other injury news, right tackle Brandon Keith hurt his knee during the game but did return and shared time with Jeremy Bridges. Keith has on-going knee issues.