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first_img Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away Top Stories Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation 0 Comments   Share   D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’center_img It is not every day you have football fans closely following the status of an expected baby, but that is exactly what you had this week for the Arizona Cardinals.After announcing that he would miss the upcoming game to be with his wife if she was in labor, quarterback Kevin Kolb’s wife, Whitney, has given birth to a baby girl with three days to spare.Saylor Kolb, weighing in at in at eight pounds, eleven ounces and measuring 20 ½ inches, Kolb described his newborn as “another power forward for the Kolb family.” Kolb said he left to be with his wife right after practice. He explained that he was a little tired and didn’t even notice when the doctors said they were ready to roll. Instead he was just sitting there until his wife asked him: “baby, are you going to get up for this one?”Kolb described him and Whitney as “seasoned vets” as they welcome their third child.“It was quick and easy,” Kolb joked. “For me anyways.”Saylor could not have been born at a better time from a football perspective. The Cardinals are preparing to take on the Miami Dolphins on Sunday and face the St. Louis Rams on Thursday. Kolb said he only missed a 30-minute meeting to be with his wife and newborn. “I got some sleep last night, plenty of time to rest up before the game,” Kolb said. “It was perfect timing. I am very pleased.”Thankfully, the Cardinals should not have to worry about Kolb being in this situation ever again. “I think we are through after this one,” Kolb said. “Especially with all the media hype.” What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinkelast_img

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