Kevin Kolb has made no secret of his desire to start somewhere next season, whether it's with the Eagles or elsewhere. And the good news is that he appears to be a desirable commodity around the NFL. There's been multiple reports of teams having interesting in him and the Eagles appear willing to deal... But the bad news is, whether he wants to move, the team wants to move him or another team wants him, he's not going anywhere. As long as the NFL labor dispute drags on, player movement is not allowed.
In any other year, there's very little doubt that Kolb would be in his final week or two as an Eagle, if he hadn't been traded already. Speaking to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Kolb said that thinks it's time for him to get a shot to start.
"I want to be starting somewhere next year. I really want to be," Kolb says. "I'm in my fifth year now, so it's time to prove myself as a starter. Andy and I have a great relationship. It's always, 'You tell your side, and I'll tell mine, and hopefully we can make this thing work.' That's usually what happens. I know he'll do the right thing here."