Tuesday, March 8, 2011

Schefter: At least three teams mulling deal for Kolb


The Philadelphia Eagles will be hurt as much or more than any team in the NFL if a new CBA isn’t done by draft day. Absent a CBA, they can’t move Kevin Kolb and if they can’t do it for draft picks this year, then they might as well keep him around another year.

However, if a new agreement is in place, it seems that there won’t be a shortage of suitors for the former second-round draft pick. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, “at least three teams” are considering making a deal for Kolb.

“Teams still can discuss deals, just can’t complete them (like NBA in June). At least three teams debating deals for Eagles QB Kevin Kolb,” Schefter tweets.

Rotoworld thinks that the 49ers, Titans, Cardinals and Redskins should be in the hunt. Really? The Redskins? Fool me twice, shame on me? Whatever.

Either way, this is good news for the Eagles, who could be looking at quite a haul for a guy that hasn’t proven he can be a good NFL quarterback on a consistent basis. Now, they just need to get that CBA done. Kolb could go a long way towards fixing holes on this roster.

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