Jason La Canfora from the NFL Network and NFL.com reports that "many teams" have expressed an interest in acquiring Eagles quarterback A.J. Feeley, including the New England Patriots.
Wrote La Canfora: "The Patriots are among the many teams to express an interest in Philadelphia's A.J. Feeley. Some execs believe New England is where Feeley will end up, but, according to a source, the Eagles do not plan on parting with Feeley until they know how long Michael Vick will have to sit out. The wait for Vick to be reinstated could range from one to six games, and Feeley is the only other experienced backup on the team, with Kevin Kolb still unproven and largely untested in the regular season. St. Louis could also be a potential landing spot for Feeley."
Take it for what it's worth. It is going to be that kind of week as trade talks heat up and rumors abound. Teams must get down to the 53-man roster limit by the end of the week.
-- Posted by Dave Spadaro, 11:14 p.m., August 30