Kevin Kolb has essentially been on the trading block since Donovan McNabb was traded to the Redskins last offseason. Andy Reid said the Eagles had no intention of giving up any of their three quarterbacks, and did the exact opposite the next week. Kolb was supposed to be the next franchise quarterback in Philadelphia, then Michael Vick had his second coming and put an end to Kolb's future in Philly.
Kolb is arguably the best quarterback on the market this offseason, and plenty of teams will be throwing player and draft-pick packages at the Eagles to get him.
Though his 11 touchdown and 14 interception career may paint the picture of a future backup, Kolb has done enough to garner interest from a number of teams since before last season. Last season was statistically his most productive, but 1,197 yards, seven touchdowns, seven interceptions and a 76.1 quarterback rating aren't stellar numbers.
The Cardinals, Vikings, Seahawks and Redskins all need quarterbacks, and Kolb would be a welcome addition to their respective causes.
Even though Kolb was essentially benched in favor of Vick last season, it hasn't hurt his trade value. Too many teams see what the Eagles once saw in him, and that is enough to make him the hottest trade commodity among quarterbacks.