After losing his starting job to Michael Vick, the former 2007 second-round draft pick wants out of of Philadelphia.
And there are at least 10 teams lining up to take Kevin Kolb off of the Eagles' talons.
Kolb has $12.26 million left on his one-year contract with the Eagles through the pending completion of the 2011 NFL season.
Here are some possible new homes for the 26-year-old out of Victoria, Texas.
Chad Henne has done a decent job for the Fins, but Kolb would step right in as starting quarterback. With him manning the helm, they may finally be able to surpass the Patriots.
The Fish have a diverse and mysterious offense; Kolb would be able to take full advantage.
If they want to win a championship, bold decisions like this one are going to have to be made.
The Bills are in desperate need of a winning season.
What Kolb brings is attractive to a lot of teams, especially the lowly Bills. Ryan Fitzpatrick was productive last season, but he still turned the ball over too often and couldn't lead them to enough victories.
Kolb can fix this.
If Ryan and Kevin were to switch, both teams would benefit. The Eagles would have a talented backup, and the Bills would have finally found their franchise quarterback.
After the JaMarcus Russell debacle, the Raiders still have not found what they are looking for behind center.
Between Jason Campbell and Bruce Gradkowski, the Raiders still fell short of the playoffs last season.
Oakland has built up a good offense over the last couple of seasons, and a Kevin Kolb could be an ideal fit for them to bring them over the hump.
The Raiders have a lot on defense they could offer Eagles in a trade, and if Kolb wants to start, he'll take what he can get.
Would Dan Snyder have the audacity to take a quarterback from the Eagles yet again? If he trades for Kolb, the unimaginable could happen.
The Redskins could be the first team to ever trade for two quarterbacks from the same team in two consecutive offseasons. Since Washington is obviously not staying with Donovan McNabb, the question remains, what are they going to do for another new quarterback?
Kevin Kolb has a big arm, and Snyder is all about power steering. Since the Eagles need defense, and the Redskins need offense, a Haynesworth-for-Kolb trade doesn't seem all that far-fetched.
Steve Smith is dying for someone to throw him a decent spiral. Kevin Kolb could be Carolina's answer.
After having one of the worst seasons in recent memory last season, Carolina was decimated with injuries and forced to play players that were just not ready yet.
With the first overall pick in this year's draft, an important decision needs to be made about who the next starting quarterback will be.
Carolina could deal their second-year defensive end Greg Hardy for Kevin Kolb, and fill the hole on defense right away by drafting a top-tier prospect in the first round.
The Bengals are amidst a crisis. Carson Palmer has openly admitted that he has no desire to play for Cincinnati, and said if he is not traded he will retire. Palmer, who's only 31, certainly has significant market appeal.
Mike Brown, the owner of the Bengals, holds all the cards right now with the future of his franchise. The more the speculation around Carson continues to fester, the less they will be able to get back in a trade.
Kolb would be a smart move for the Bengals. He has a good, accurate arm, and Bengals' head coach Marvin Lewis loves to throw the ball. He also loves a competitor that wants to win for his team.
Tennessee may be without Jeff Fisher and Vince Young, but they still have Chris Johnson.
The Titans are a run-first kind of football team, and are looking for someone to "manage" and win football games for them.
Kolb has a 60.4 completion percentage as a starter, and has won 73.3 percent of his games as a starter.
Although it's not a full order, the appetizer of what Kevin Kolb has done should be appealing for a team like the Titans who are looking for a new quarterback.
Hayes, a defensive end, totaled 32 tackles for the Titans in 2010.
Minnesota went 6-10 last season, and has the 12th pick in this year's April draft.
Kolb would be a perfect fit in a Minnesota offense that has a lot of talent, but not a lot of direction. It would be a smooth transition for both parties, and the Eagles could use the 12th overall pick on a defensive player.
The five-year experiment in San Francisco with Alex Smith has not worked out. The 49ers can replace Smith with Kolb, and be set at quarterback for the foreseeable future.
Michael Crabtree and Vernon Davis need a passer that's going to get them the ball 10 times each a game, and find ways to win.
Head coach Jim Harbaugh will not settle for the kind of mediocrity at quarterback the Niners currently have in stock. Expect a big move for San Francisco. Kolb might just be their answer.
The Cardinals went from NFC champions with Kurt Warner, to middle of the pack two years later.
Arizona cut the cord on Matt Leinart before the 2010 season started, and no 'Zona fan was happy with the end result of finishing last in the NFC West.
The Cards need a quarterback. Kevin Kolb needs a starting job. Why doesn't this happen tomorrow?