If the current timeline holds, NFL teams will be able to start making trades on Tuesday.
That could make this is Kevin Kolb’s last day as property of the Eagles as well as Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie’s final day with the Cardinals. One of the longest rumored deals in the history of NFL trades is the one that would send Kolb to Arizona in exchange for the Cardinals cornerback.
We’ve already heard Kolb’s thoughts on the potential deal, but we hadn’t heard much from Rodgers-Cromartie until Monday. He went on WIP-AM in Philadelphia for an interview and expressed no qualms, or excitement for that matter, about a trade to the Eagles.
“It don’t matter to me,” Rodgers-Cromartie said when asked about heading to Philly.
Per Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Rodgers-Cromartie also did his best to discredit those who think he isn’t a good enough tackler. He also said he’d look forward to learning from Asante Samuel if he does become a member of the Eagles secondary.
Rodgers-Cromartie toed the line when talking about the Cardinals, saying he’s still a member of the team and will be happy to play for them as long as he’s a member of the team. That’s good since there’s still a decent chance that the two sides won’t be able to come to an agreement on a trade, but Kolb is very likely to be moving and the Cardinals really need a quarterback.