ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported on Twitter Sunday afternoon that multiple teams have phoned the Eagles about trade possibilities involving their three quarterbacks.
Schefter doesn’t say which teams are inquiring, but we’d venture to guess that the Rams are among them. St. Louis is seen as a likely landing spot for Eagles third-stringer Michael Vick.
Kevin Kolb and Donovan McNabb would command more trade compensation, but it’s unlikely that Kolb will be dealt. He is Philadelphia’s probable quarterback of the future. McNabb expects to continue playing for the Eagles in 2010, which is also his contract year.