(AP) — Arizona quarterback Kevin Kolb cherishes the thought of returning to Philadelphia to lead the Cardinals against his former team next Sunday.
While a right turf toe injury could stand in his way, Kolb acknowledges this is no ordinary game to him, and that means his pain tolerance will be higher than usual.
Kolb says he wants to play against the Eagles "at all cost."
Kolb started seven games in four seasons with the Eagles before they granted him his wish and traded him to Arizona before this season.
Injured two games ago at Baltimore, he did not practice at all last week and sat out Sunday's 19-13 overtime victory over St. Louis.