Another day, another report regarding the Eagles quarterbacks.
With all eyes on tonight's Super Bowl XLIV matchup between the Colts and the Saints, who have two of the premier quarterbacks in the game in Peyton Manning and Drew Brees, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported today on his Twitter account that "multiple teams have called Eagles to inquire about their three QBs. The conversation, and speculation, will heat up in early March."
We noted on Bloghead on Saturday the reports coming from St. Louis that the Rams have shown interest in Michael Vick.
What's interesting about Schefter's report is that it's the first time Kevin Kolb's name has been mentioned in any trade report. All of the previous reports have focused on Donovan McNabb and Vick. All three quarterbacks are entering the last year of their respective deals.
Head coach Andy Reid has said that McNabb would be his quarterback for the 2010 season. Team president Joe Banner has since said that he didn't feel the need to add to Reid's statement because it couldn't have been clearer. Banner added that the team must decide the long-term answer at quarterback, but internal meetings to determine that have not yet taken place.
There is a chance, Banner said, that all three of the Eagles quarterbacks can return with no change to their current contracts in 2010.
-- Posted by Chris McPherson, 5:55 p.m., February 7