Sports Illustrated's Peter King has come out with a juicy rumor this morning, stating that one NFL team has already made a first-round pick offer for Philadelphia's Kevin Kolb.
The 26-year-old quarterback is on the block one year after he was believed to be the new franchise quarterback. Head coach Andy Reid believed in him enough to show icon Donovan McNabb to the door. Reid believed in Kolb enough to be willing to trade McNabb even in the same division.
The question is, what team made the first-round offer?
It's not often a quarterback with the potential capability like Kolb comes on the market. In this quarterback-driven league, taking a chance with a first-round pick is worth the roll of the dice with a quarterback who has at least taken snaps in the NFL. If any of the interested teams were also interested in drafting a quarterback with their first-round pick, it would be less risky to trade for Kolb than to draft a quarterback.
So who is stepping up and being aggressive?
Here are the potential teams that could be vying for Kolb's services.