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Report: Eagles Refuse To Entertain Offers For McNabb

Every day it seems a different team is linked to the Eagles in talks for quarterback Donovan McNabb. This morning alone, reports surfaced that the Rams and the Browns were going to target the six-time Pro Bowl quarterback. One report stated that McNabb could be in St. Louis as early as Friday, which is when the trading period opens along with free agency.

But if this recent report is correct, it might be tough for McNabb to be in another city by tomorrow. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, teams have contacted the Eagles to discuss what it would take to acquire McNabb, but the Eagles "have not permitted any of them to make an offer." In addition, Florio reports that the Rams have yet to contact the Eagles regarding McNabb.

"It's clear to us that the Eagles won't be giving McNabb away, and that they're trying to coax someone into a Herschel Walker-type of an offer," Florio wrote.

Then again, head coach Andy Reid did say that McNabb would be his quarterback in 2010.

By the way, less than 10 hours to the start of free agency. Make sure to join us at midnight for our live chat.

-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 2:20 p.m., March 4

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