The Philadelphia Eagles have the quarterback they want, and it's not Kevin Kolb.
Michael Vick has run wild all over the NFL, and Kolb is now useless to the Eagles. He was said to be the quarterback of the future, but Vick still has a bunch of good years left in his career. If people have watched Eagles games, they know that Vick is better for the Eagles offensive system than Kolb.
Kolb was drafted in the second round of the 2007 NFL Draft with the expectations that he would be the long-term replacement for Donovan McNabb. When McNabb was dealt earlier than expected, Kolb was selected as the starter for the 2010 season.
A Week 1 concussion for Kolb opened the door for Vick and he ran through it. A return to action after a concussion for Vick further proved the fact that he was better suited for the position.
Here are five reasons the Eagles should trade Kolb for a draft pick.
**This whole articles hinges on whether or not players are allowed to be dealt for draft picks. If not, this doesn't relate to the NFL draft. So, let's assume that players are allowed to be traded for draft picks.