Eagles head coach Andy Reid said there has been a little interest in QB Kevin Kolb and he expects things to pick up when trades are again allowed.
Reid told the Philadelphia Daily News that they’ll “sit back and evaluate” what comes down the pike when trades can again be made. Reid reiterated that they’d prefer to have Kolb on their roster, but would be open to moving him knowing his desire to be a starter. That won’t happen in Philadelphia where Michael Vick is entrenched after getting the franchise tag.
Knowing seven of the teams that hold the top 10 picks in the draft have quarterback as a need, with still others after that (e.g. Minnesota at 12), there’s likely to be a competitive market. It’s been previously reported that the Eagles want at least a first-round pick in exchange for Kolb.
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