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“At least” three teams believed to be discussing Kevin Kolb

Kevin Kolb, Anthony Spencer

Philadelphia Eagles’ Kevin Kolb (4) fumbles the football after a hit from Dallas Cowboys’ Anthony Spencer, lower left, in the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Jan. 2, 2011, in Philadelphia. Dallas’ DeMarcus Ware recovered the fumble for a touchdown. (AP Photo/Miles Kennedy)


There’s a reason why Silva put so many quarterbacks in the first round of his latest Mock Draft.

There are a ridiculous amount of teams looking for QBs this offseason, and not much supply. That fact should only help push Philadelphia’s asking price for Kevin Kolb higher, if there is a new CBA worked out before the NFL Draft.

(If the CBA doesn’t get settled until after the draft, we’d bet Kolb stays put.)

Adam Schefter of ESPN reported Monday that at least three teams are debating making a deal for Kolb. Schefter won’t reveal which teams, but says that “every NFC West team except St. Louis has to consider him and deal with Eagles.”

Most teams that need a quarterback will probably discuss Kolb at some point. It’s due diligence. Actually going through with a proposal is another matter.

Unfortunately, we’ll have to wait for this labor purgatory to end before we find out which teams are truly interested.