HapHaszard Posted February 26, 2011 Share Posted February 26, 2011 http://www.footballnewsnow.com/2011/nfl-teams-reluctant-to-part-with-first-round-pick-for-kolb/ The “general feeling” at the NFL Combine is that the team’s near the top of the draft–consequently the team’s most in need of a quarterback–won’t be willing to part with their first round-pick for Philadelphia Eagles backup Kevin Kolb. “I’m sure if you asked the Eagles I’m sure (Kolb’s value) is really high,” NFL Network analyst and former NFL GM Michael Lombardi said. “I think there’s so many teams devoid of quarterbacks it creates the market. It only takes two teams and then all of a sudden the player’s value isn’t the same.” “Donovan McNabb goes for a second(-round pick) and a fifth. Is Kevin Kolb worth more than that? That would be hard for me to think that based on his tape last year.” Eagles GM Howie Roseman insists that the team is still pursuing a trade for Kolb. click on the link to continue reading Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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