Andy Reid willing to “evaluate” all offers for Kevin Kolb

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb (C) runs between San Francisco 49ers William James (L) and NaVorro Bowman during their NFL football game in San Francisco, California, October 10, 2010. REUTERS/Robert Galbraith (UNITED STATES – Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)

Eagles coach Andy Reid told the media on Friday that teams have shown “a little interest” in quarterback Kevin Kolb and noted, “we’ll sit back and we’ll evaluate.”

Read between the lines and it’s clear that Reid and the Eagles are willing to listen to offers for Kolb, but teams better be willing to meet their demands because they’re not going to give him away. The Eagles are reportedly seeking a first round pick for the 26-year-old signal caller, which might be too lofty an asking price for quarterback-needy teams like the Bills (#3 overall), Bengals (#4), Cardinals (#5), 49ers (#7), Titans (#8) and/or Redskins (#10).

Earlier this month, I sized up Kolb’s trade suitors and at the top were the Seattle Seahawks, who own the 25th overall selection. The Cardinals were No. 2, the Vikings were No. 3 and then I also listed the 49ers, Titans and Redskins as “other possibilities.” I didn’t mention the Bengals but Carson Palmer is pretty adamant that he won’t return to the ‘Natti so I guess you have to consider the Bungles a possibility for Kolb as well.

Without a CBA, talking about Kolb’s potential destinations is just mental masturbation at this point. But it is interesting that Reid said the Eagles would “evaluate” the situation.

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