This week, Andy Reid made it public that the Eagles are officially entertaining offers for all three of their quarterbacks, but reading between the lines, they were clearly referring to Donovan McNabb.
Ever since last year when they only offered him more money over the final two years of his contract and not an actual extension, you got the feeling that McNabb's days in Philly were numbered. At 33 years old this may the only opportunity they will have to maximize McNabb's value by trading him for a number one or high number two draft pick and possibly another player to fill some other need.
The other factor is there are two quarterbacks on the roster, most notably 25 year old Kevin Kolb they believe can step in and lead this team.
I believe, that out of the three, McNabb still gives them the best chance to win a championship in the short term. That being said, if Philadelphia's brain trust does not want to sign him to a two or three year extension, then the next best option is to work out a trade and hand the reigns over to Kolb.
Here is a link to some more news and notes from the NFL as originally posted on InasecTV.com
NFL News & Notes- March 26th