Teams have expressed interest in trading for Eagles QB Kevin Kolb, according to head coach Andy Reid.
Kolb, who has one year left on his contract, lost his starting spot to Michael Vick last season.
"As this thing picks up, I'm sure it will continue," Reid told the Eagles' team website. "He's ours. Everything else from there is easy. It's kind of like what I said last year (about Donovan McNabb). If people are interested, they'll come to you. But on the other hand, do we love Kevin Kolb? Are you kidding me?"
Kolb has spent the majority of his career backing up Vick and McNabb. He has 11 career touchdown passes and 14 interceptions in his four-year career.
The way we see it
It's no surprise that Kolb is drawing interest with the amount of teams currently looking for a quarterback. But Kolb, who had been impressive enough to be named the Eagles' starter heading into '10, can't be traded until a new Collective Bargaining Agreement is reached.