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Reid: Eagles willing to listen on QB offers

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By Eric Edholm

The Eagles have a wealth at quarterback, and other teams are calling to gauge the team's interest in trading one of them, head coach Andy Reid said this week at the NFL spring meetings. Reid previously had said that Donovan McNabb was his starter and that he planned to go into next season with the trio of McNabb, Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick as his three QBs. The Eagles even picked up an option on Vick to keep him with the team. But now Reid says the team has listened, and will continue to listen, to offers to trade one of them. The timing of Reid's statement is interesting because three needy teams — the Browns, Cardinals and Seahawks — have acquired quarterbacks who either have starting experience or are penciled in to be starters at some point. The market hasn't dried up, per se, but the number of teams who might be willing to pony up a fair price for one of the Eagles' quarterbacks is slimmer, with the Bills and Rams the most likely teams on that shortened list.

 

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