(Which is good, because trades probably won’t be allowed before the 2011 draft.)
So what exactly are the Eagles looking for in a trade?
According to Reuben Frank of CSNPhilly.com, the Eagles are hoping to acquire “at least a first-round pick and a second pick somewhere in the first three or four rounds for Kolb.”
SI’s Peter King reports at least one team has offered a first-round pick for Kolb, but coach Andy Reid was hoping to get a higher pick in the first round. We guessed that team is Seattle, but another NFC West team may be showing more interest.
CSN’s Derrick Gunn reports that Arizona has “expressed the most interest” in Kolb so far. It’s hard to believe the Cardinals would give up their No. 5 overall pick for Kolb, but perhaps they could package a player and a 2012 first-round pick.
We have our doubts that Kolb is worth such a sweepstakes, but there are a lot of teams desperate for quarterback help. And the Eagles know it.