NFL Network's Jason La Canfora reported on Total Access that the Eagles "haven't made any calls about their quarterbacks to any teams."
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio and Comcast SportsNet's Derrick Gunn each reported on Wednesday that the Seahawks have made numerous calls for at least one of their quarterbacks. Paolantonio believes that the Seahawks would take either Donovan McNabb or Kevin Kolb. Gunn countered that the Seahawks are only interested in Kolb.
However, La Canfora added that the Eagles "haven't presented any counteroffers or said what it would take to get these guys."
Speaking to "people who have engaged with the Eagles," La Canfora said that ""their sense of the situation"" is that it would take at least a second-round pick for a team to pry away Michael Vick. For Donovan McNabb, "it would take at least a first-round pick to start any real cogent discussions." And Kolb? "It would probably take both of (Seattle's) number one picks to get that deal done. That's how serious they are about Kevin Kolb being a part of their future."
Of course, La Canfora adamantly stated that none of that information regarding the compensation came from the Eagles. The Eagles have not made any comment regarding these reports other than head coach Andy Reid's consistent message that McNabb would be his quarterback in 2010.
-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 10:50 a.m., March 11