Recent comments were made by Arizona Cardinals' star wide-receiver Larry Fitzgerald, whereby he stated that he wanted Kevin Kolb as his first preference to be their new starting quarterback.
Fitzgerald signed a 4-year/40 million dollar contract extension after the 2007 season, meaning his contract will be up in 2012. Considering the regression of the Cardinals, most expect Fitzgerald not to re-sign, which would be a crushing blow for the Cardinals.
To appease their superstar, the front office may feel obligated to make a trade for Kevin Kolb.
Currently, the Cards hold the No. 5 overall pick in the draft, which could be very enticing to the Eagles. It is unlikely though that the front office would straight trade for Kolb and give up their top five selection.
So, let's take a look at four scenarios, in which the Cardinals can trade for Kevin Kolb.