Philadelphia Eagles Could Have Another Potential Landing Spot for Kevin Kolb

February 19, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

As most of my articles have included lately, I’ll begin with the ususal. Unless the NFL and NFLPA reach a new collective bargaining agreement, no team can be involved in a draft pick-for-player trade or in a player-for-player trade. The deadline remains at April 28 to get a deal done or any trade scenario I put forth will be void. Back to the good stuff.
Solomon Wilcotts of NFL.com sparked an interesting conversation consisting of his list of deals that will change the face of three NFL franchises in 2011.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Carson Palmer stated after a disasterous 2010 season that he wants to be traded or he’s going to retire. As a result, Wilcotts thinks the Bengals need to actively pursue a backup plan, and in his mind Kevin Kolb makes the most sense.
So what does Wilcotts propose could happen, you might be asking? Kolb heading to the Bengals for an “even” swap of the two teams’ first-round p...

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