Kevin Kolb has not exactly had the best luck since he was traded to the Cardinals from Philadelphia, and the tough times continued during Sunday night’s Hall of Fame Game against the Saints. Kolb, who started off the game by throwing an interception on his first pass attempt, was injured on the Cardinals’ third offensive series when he was hit by Saints defensive lineman Sedrick Ellis as he was delivering a pass. Kolb suffered bruised ribs on the play and had to leave the game.
As you can see from the video above, the Cardinals starter wanted nothing to do with the fist pound when he was replaced by John Skelton. Is it possible that Kolb’s ribs simply hurt too much for him to extend his arm? Absolutely, but that doesn’t make it any less hilarious. When young children get snubbed it’s no laughing matter. When courtside celebrities and backup quarterbacks get shut down it’s pure entertainment.Google+