Kevin Kolb: Daily Haze's Five Potential Suitors for the QB

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Kevin Kolb: Daily Haze's Five Potential Suitors for the QB

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Remember early in the 2010 regular season, after Kevin Kolb got knocked out with a concussion and Michael Vick came in and electrified the team and the fans, when Andy Reid said he did not have a quarterback controversy?

Ha! Funny guy.

Reid had a quarterback controversy, chose Vick, and now Kolb wants out. Unless he can be the starter in Philadelphia again next season.

Assuming the Eagles choose Vick, they may have no choice but to trade Kolb this offseason. So where could he end up?

1. Minnesota Vikings

Talented roster. Really needed some consistency at the QB position last year. With Adrian Peterson, Percy Harvin and Sidney Rice as weapons, Kolb would again generate QB1 buzz heading into 2011.

2. Cleveland Browns

The Browns reportedly flirted with trading for Kolb a few years ago when he was buried behind Donovan McNabb. Now that Kolb may be available again, the Browns probably are back in that market.

3. San Francisco 49ers

It is more obvious than ever that one of the main ingredients missing from this roster is a quarterback. No consistency at the position under Mike Singletary doomed his tenure as the head coach. The talent—Michael Crabtree, Vernon Davis and Frank Gore—remains, but the QB for 2011 is a gigantic mystery.

4. Miami Dolphins

Chad Henne was not the answer for Miami in 2011 and Chad Pennington could not revive his career either. The team should move forward from the “Chads” era, especially with a disgruntled by uber-good Brandon Marshall at wide receiver.

5. Carolina Panthers

The Panthers were slotted to take Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck at No. 1 in the NFL Draft and be set at quarterback for the next 15 years. And then Luck pulled out. Now the Panthers are back at square one with Jimmy Clausen behind center. That did not work out too well for them in 2010.

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