Earlier today, ESPN's Sal Paolantonio was quoted saying that a deal between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Arizona Cardinals regarding Kevin Kolb was "a slam dunk as much as you can have a slam dunk.''
Since the beginning of the 2011 NFL offseason, the Cardinals have been rumored to be among the top teams seeking Kolb's services as a starter. They even reportedly discussed trade terms with the Eagles during the 2011 NFL Draft.
Now that the draft has concluded, the list of QB-needy teams has thinned to a handful, with the Cardinals topping said list.
Currently on their roster, the Cardinals have Derek Anderson, John Skelton, Max Hall and Richard Bartel at quarterback. None have shown the skills necessary to be a permanent starter in the NFL, so the Cardinals will be desperate for new talent.
If the Eagles were to trade Kolb to the Cardinals, though, what could they expect to see in return? Let's take a look.