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Kolb Lends A Coaching Hand At Adrenalyn Bowl

Despite a weekend report that he's the apple of Larry Fitzgerald's eye, Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb wasn't too distracted this weekend to help out some little football players in his home state of Texas.

Kolb, along with Denver Broncos wide receiver Brandon Lloyd and 2011 NFL Draft prospects Andy Dalton and Ryan Mallett, helped coach some Pop Warner Little Scholars in the annual Pop Warner Adrenalyn Bowl at Sam Houston High School in Arlington, TX. The Adrenalyn Bowl is an annual exhibition game between two Super Bowl host-city Pop Warner teams, with each team guest coaches by NFL players or NFL draft prospects. The Adrenalyn Bowl was created to give local youth an opportunity to experience the excitement of Super Bowl week and participate in the festivities.

Because of the unexpected winter storm in Texas over the weekend, the game was moved inside for a skills contest led by Kolb, Lloyd, Dalton and Mallett. Kolb engaged the kids from the Oak Cliff Titans, the Oak Cliff Redskins, the Arlington Thunder and the Mid-Cities Giants in passing drills and signed autographs for the kids afterwards.

Meanwhile, it figures to be an interesting offseason for Kolb,who has expressed his desire to start somewhere in 2011. Kolb is signed with the Eagles through the 2011 season.

-- Posted by Bo Wulf, 8:23 p.m., February 7

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