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Remember Kevin Kolb?
Here’s a better question….
Remember when he was drafted?
With the 26th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Eagles…. TRADE their pick to the Dallas Cowboys for their hated rival’s second-round (36th), third-round (87th), and fifth-round (159th) selections.
Dallas selected linebacker Anthony Spencer out of Purdue. He made the Pro Bowl in 2012.
The Eagles proceeded to take Houston quarterback Kevin Kolb, Nebraska linebacker Stewart Bradley, and Clemson safety C.J. Gaddis with the Cowboys picks, respectively. None of these players are currently with the team and not one of them donned a jersey in Honolulu or Miami.
At this time, Philadelphia was on the downside of four straight NFC Championship appearances that culminated in a Super Bowl defeat to Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in the 2005-06 season. Drafting Kolb was surprising to many who covered the team and inexplicably started a quarterback controversy with then starter, Donovan McNabb....
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