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Kolb Wants Out Of Philly?

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Interested?

“I love it here, as everybody knows,” Kolb said. “My family’s settled in here. I would love to be starting here. But I want to be starting somewhere.”

Kolb was asked if he could handle another season as a backup in Philadelphia.

“I can’t answer that question,” Kolb said.

- PFT

Kolb wants to start and whether that’s for the Eagles or not, he will let coach Andy Reid know that during a scheduled Monday meeting. The 26-year-old has been the Eagles' backup for most of four seasons.

Asked what would be a best-case scenario for next season, Kolb said, “To start.”

- Philly.com

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Under contract and Philly is asking for to much.

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Under contract and Philly is asking for to much.

I don't know. Everyone keeps talking about a franchise QB and check this out:

If a team was to offer at least a first-round pick in return – and there are at least a dozen teams in need of a starting quarterback – the Eagles may be willing to make a trade.

But, with ours being the #1, I'd say they'd need to give up a little more as well.

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I'm willing to give up Armanti Edwards for Kolb.

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I'm willing to give up Armanti Edwards for Kolb.

the eagles want the pick, not the player. =P

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Im pretty sure if we are we smart and willing to deal someone like james anderson which is risky but I'd say worth it with a future pick or something it could happen. And he is probably the best FA out there I think (just my opinion) he may have a little Aaron Rodgers in him especially given a chance see last years 3 300 yard games.

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if they go down on the asking price or give alot more in return for a trade we should take it.

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Not good enough.

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Im pretty sure if we are we smart and willing to deal someone like james anderson which is risky but I'd say worth it with a future pick or something it could happen. And he is probably the best FA out there I think (just my opinion) he may have a little Aaron Rodgers in him especially given a chance see last years 3 300 yard games.

Kolb is not a free agent.

Also, you may be right that a player and some picks would work but with this team having the holes it does, there are really limited positions we want to be giving up talent at imo.

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I believe this is pretty unrealistic, but maybe our first round pick and one of our third round picks for Kolb and their second round pick.

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I'd rather take a talent like AJ Green this year. Let see what Clausen can do with some new coaches next year. If he tanks then we can be in a position to draft Luck or Barkley next year. I don't think Kolb is better than either of those, plus we'd have presumably have Smitty, AJ Green, Lafell, and Gettis to help out the young QB.

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Kolb must be pissed Vick took his job but hey we could use him in carolina as a backup till pickles well fugs up!

This year just i'snt good for free agent quarterbacks Mcnabb would want 9 million from what i've read... Who would be a good veteran to bring in?

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