Kevin Kolb said he will be a starter in 2011, but Michael Vick is getting the franchise tag and a new contract from the Philadelphia Eagles to be their starting quarterback. If Kolb is going to be a starter, it's going to be somewhere else.
Kolb will fetch a high price on the market, and the Eagles reportedly will be asking for at least two first-round draft picks. Kolb is young, healthy and NFL-ready, and the only reason he isn't a starter is because he sustained a concussion and then watched Michael Vick become Michael Vick. When you look at it that way, it's not an unfair price.
There are a lot of teams with quarterback issues, and Kolb will be the answer to a prayer for one of those teams, should the Eagles decide to trade Kolb.
Here's a look at every team with a quarterback issue and the chances Kolb goes there. And just so we're clear, nothing can happen with free agency until there is a new collective bargaining agreement, so keep that in mind when reading this.