The Legend of Eagles Quarterback Kevin Kolb

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The legend of Kevin Kolb is one that began three years ago, when the Philadelphia Eagles selected the University of Houston great in the second round of the 2007 NFL draft.
Kolb played sparingly in his first two seasons.
But when he did play, the Eagles were dominant.
In Kevin Kolb's first game in the NFL, the Eagles scored 56 points against the Detroit Lions. In his second game, they scored 38 against the St Louis Rams. And in his third, they knocked off the eventual Super Bowl champion Pittsburgh Steelers.
Late in the 2008 season, Kolb threw his first touchdown pass, a 107-yard strike to Ed Reed, which is the longest touchdown in NFL history.
He also threw a highlight reel 24-yard touchdown a few weeks later to Brandon McDonald of the Cleveland Browns.
In 2008, Kolb threw for 275 yards. He distributed them pretty evenly, throwing 144 to the Eagles and 131 to their opponents.
In 2009, Kolb made his first start in the NFL. He threw for 491 yards and t...

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