Eagles head coach Andy Reid said his team will be agressive this offseason, whenever it begins.
With the Cardinals passing on a quarterback with their first pick in the draft, they now can turn towards their biggest need. And the way we hear it, it could be Eagles QB Kevin Kolb.
There's a rumor floating around NFL circles that if the union wins its courtroom battle, free agency could start May 1. Would teams, like the Eagles and Andy Reid, consider trading drafted players' rights? Maybe.
Seattle’s QB situation grows murkier by the day in the wake of rumors suggesting that the team might have made an offer for Eagles backup QB Kevin Kolb.
Minnesota is going through the process of sorting through the top quarterbacks who will be available — or potentially available — this offseason, including Missouri's Blaine Gabbert.
Although Philadelphia is in no hurry to trade QB Kevin Kolb, it's almost certain it eventually will, according to NFC Whispers. The Eagles will wait to get top dollar before they pull the trigger.
Teams have expressed interest in trading for Eagles QB Kevin Kolb, according to head coach Andy Reid.
The Eagles have a tough decision to make at quarterback, but GM Howie Roseman wasn't tipping his hand as to what the club will do with QB Kevin Kolb.
The Eagles reportedly are preparing to place the franchise tag on QB Michael Vick next month, keeping the Pro Bowler in Philadelphia for at least one more season.
The Eagles might say they want both Michael Vick and Kevin Kolb back, but they would be crazy not to investigate how much Kolb would return in a trade.
Eagles head coach Andy Reid would not commit to either Michael Vick or Kevin Kolb following the 21-16 loss to the Packers in the playoffs.
Kevin Kolb will return to the starting role for the Eagles in Sunday's season finale against the Cowboys.
The Cardinals aren't saying much, but it appears there are more than a few interesting possibilities for the team's starting QB job in 2011.
The Eagles have shown interest in keeping QB Michael Vick beyond this season but have not yet discussed a contract extension with their quarterback, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
Although many league observers believe that Eagles head coach Andy Reid's gear-switching at quarterback may end up being more trouble than it's worth, the consensus is that his twin-pack under center is much more of a blessing than ...