"Did you hear that, Michael? People want me."

The Eagles must have been serious when they said they were listening to offers for backup Kevin Kolb.  The NFL Owners Meetings are currently taking place in New Orleans, and Peter King is reporting that one team may have already put a deal on the table for Kolb. Via Monday Morning Quarterback:


At the NFL meetings Sunday, a good source told me Reid already has one team willing to offer a first-round pick for Kolb, and now he's looking for a team with a higher choice in the round to make him a better deal.

What you can draw from this is that the Eagles seem serious about moving the embattled quarterback if the asking price is right. Unfortunately nothing can be done regarding any type of deal if the league remains in its current state of limbo.
There is, however, one loophole that Tim McManus points out in his piece over at Philly Sports Daily. It could allow for trades and free agency to take place the way that we have grown to know and love it.
The players association has filed for an injunction to block the current lockout. If that injunction is granted then teams would in all likelihood be allowed to sign free agents and trade players.
It's just another twist and turn in the world of shit that currently is the NFL. As a fan, you would have to hope that something like this can get done. If not,  the draft won't be like the draft you've seen in the past and the Eagles seemingly have something to lose if that's the case.