The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the few teams in the NFL that has two quality quarterbacks who are capable of starting—Michael Vick and Kevin Kolb.
"Kevin's a great player. We have a lot of confidence in Kevin, obviously, we gave him the starting job and traded (QB) Donovan (McNabb) last year, he's obviously looking forward to being a good starting quarterback, and a lot could happen,” Eagles general manger Howie Roseman said.
When Roseman said a lot could happen, that could mean there’s interest from other teams in Kolb.
"We're still evaluating all our options and all our positions. Obviously we've been really fortunate to have good quarterbacks,” Roseman said in response to the question if he’s had offers for Kolb. There's Michael, there's Kevin, and we've got a lot of confidence in Mike Kafka, so that's a position that we're always going to want to be strong at … We don't discuss any (trade) discussions, external or internal."