Kevin Kolb has refused to directly ask the Philadelphia Eagles for a trade, he's made his desires well known. If the Eagles are willing to hand Kolb the starting quarterback position, he'd be more than happy to stay, but since the team seems all but guaranteed to sign Michael Vick to a long-term extension, Kolb wants a chance to start elsewhere.
The Eagles cleared the way for the fourth-year pro to be the starter when they traded Donovan McNabb in April, but just 10 throws into his season Kolb suffered a concussion and missed the next two games. When Kolb returned he put in two very strong performances in four stars, but the momentum had already swung in Vick's direction.
Vick is almost certainly going to be brought back via the franchise tag, so Kolb is trying to set the stage for a trade. The problem is that the Eagles likely want Kolb as a backup to the injury-prone Vick. They reportedly are asking an outrageous price for Kolb -- at least two first-round picks. Trade rumors surrounding Kolb will persist throughout the offseason.
Jan. 9 - 11:17 pm et Source: Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News
Where do you think Kolb goes??????????????????????????????
I hope we trade him while the QB market is a big as it is.