Last week, I speculated on the possible compensation that the Philadelphia Eagles would receive if they decided to deal Kevin Kolb to the Arizona Cardinals. Now it's time to take a broader look at that potential deal.
As I have mentioned many times before this offseason, Kevin Kolb is a virtual lock to be dealt before the start of the 2011 season (if there is one).
Kolb is now entering the final year of his contract with the Eagles and his value has never been higher. He may be one of the best backups in the league, but with so many teams still in need of a franchise quarterback, the time to trade Kolb is now.
So once the NFL lockout is finally lifted, what can the Eagles expect in return for Kolb? Let's start by taking a look at the teams that could still be interested after the 2011 NFL Draft.