Reid: Eagles ‘listening’ to trade offers for QBs


ORLANDO, Fla. — Eagles coach Andy Reid said the team is “listening, keeping our ears open,” to trade offers for all three of the team’s quarterbacks. Reid, speaking at the NFC coaches’ breakfast at the league meetings, said teams have called about quarterbacks Donovan McNabb, Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick, but he did not elaborate on whether any conversations have elicited enough interest to actually entertain a deal.

Reid, who did not mention any teams that called about his quarterbacks, then reiterated the position that he’s taken for weeks that “Donovan is our starter. I can’t make it clearer than that.” Reid added that Kolb is second on the depth chart, Vick third. Reid did admit that McNabb’s spot atop the depth chart was how they things stand “today.” He later said that he could envision all three players being on the roster once the season started.

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