Yesterday, JasonB wrote about Adam Schefter's report that "at least three teams" are talking about a deal for Eagles QB Kevin Kolb. With that can of worms now open, Pro Football Talk is speculating that Seattle could be one of those three teams. I had forgotten that the Seahawks had inquired about Kolb last year while the Eagles were trying to trade Donovan McNabb, so I'll give some credit to PFT for recalling that one. The Seahawks eventually traded the 40th overall pick in 2010 and a 3 in 2011 for Charlie Whitehurst and the 60th overall pick in 2010. Their interest in Kolb now depends on how much they like Whitehurst. I have the Seahawks as the 11th most likely team to trade for Kolb, and guessed that it should cost them their 1 (25th overall) and the 2nd pick in the 4th round:
11) Seahawks - Matt Hasselbeck is an unrestricted free agent this offseason, although they recently gave up a nice chunk of change for Charlie Whitehurst. What should the Eagles get in return if a deal got done? The Seahawks' 1 (25th overall), and the 2nd pick in the 4th round (originally held by the Broncos).