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first_img D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Jaworski said the downside to Skelton is his beingstreaky, but that it’s to be expected with a youngquarterback. Still, Jaworski said he would not give the starting job toSkelton right now, provided Kolb is healthy enough toreturn to the field.“My basic philosophy is you don’t lose your job due toinjury, and I would start Kevin Kolb,” he said. However, Jaworski said he’s glad he doesn’t have to make adecision on the issue. And, ultimately, having two good options to choose from atQB isn’t necessarily a bad thing. Comments   Share   Top Stories John Skelton may not be the quarterback of the future forthe Arizona Cardinals. In fact, he may not even be thequarterback of the present, assuming Kevin Kolb returns tothe field sometime in the next two games.However, Skelton has shown promise over the course of hisfirst two NFL seasons, and ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworskisays the 23-year-old has a bright future ahead of him.“He’s a big, strong guy in the pocket and ‘barn strong,’”Jaworski told Arizona Sports 620’s Burns and Gambo.“Doesn’t always have the proper mechanics and feetright…but when the ball comes out of his hand, it hasvelocity and, for the most part, good accuracy.”last_img

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