Judge Susan Nelson awarded an injunction that lifted the lockout, which has been in place since March 11.
The Eagles are expected to land a first-round pick for Kolb, who is drawing interest from over 10 teams in the league.
The Eagles could use an extra first-round pick to solidify their major needs.
If Andy Reid targets a player, he could trade Kolb and other picks to move higher in the draft in order to grab players like Patrick Peterson or even Jimmy Smith.
With a trade commodity like Kolb, the Eagles have a lot of options on draft day.
Andy Reid, Howie Roseman and the rest of the front office will have to work fast to get a deal in place, as they will only have a couple of days do to so.
The NFL will obviously appeal, but it is unlikely that the Eight Circuit Court of Appeals will side with them. A ruling is expected soon, and during that time the league will have to re-open with the 2010 rules in effect.