Quote: During a Tuesday appearance with Mike Missanelli of 97.5 The Fanatic in Philly, ESPN's Sal Paolantonio dropped a couple of bombs regarding the current quarterback situation in Philly.
Paolantonio said that the Seattle Seahawks have been contacting the Eagles "non-stop" regarding quarterbacks Donovan McNabb and Kevin Kolb. As we reported last week, the Eagles have been hearing from multiple teams regarding McNabb, but the Eagles have not yet entertained any offers.
But offers apparently will come; Paolantonio says that Seattle coach Pete Carroll wants to win right away, and in Carroll's mind that includes getting McNabb or Kolb. And Paolantonio says that he now firmly believes that McNabb will be traded by the Eagles at some point in the offseason.
Originally posted by 49oz2superbowl: Imagine this mock offseason for the Seahawks...
Trade #6 to Broncos for Brandon Marshall
Draft CJ Spiller at #14
Draft Charles Brown with 2nd round pick (Pete Carrols guy)
Trade 2010 3rd and 4th round pick and Matt Hasselbeck for Donovan McNabb
RB: CJ Spiller
WR: Brandon Marshall, TJ Houshemenzedeh
and Franchise LT in Charles Brown
I would be
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Niners trade David Carr and the 13th pick to Patriots for Tom Brady
We sign Brandon Marshall and give up the 17th pick
Except for the fact that every one of these moves I stated has about a solid shot of happening... it's either rumored or predicted in mock drafts... I hope that wasn't an attempt to make fun of me since I've seen you been more speculative in predictions for the 49ers.
[ Edited by 49oz2superbowl on Mar 10, 2010 at 10:48 AM ]
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