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The Eagles have lowered their asking price for Kolb

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

The Philadelphia Eagles have reportedly told teams what they wanted in a potential trade for quarterback Kevin Kolb. The Eagles allegedly want two first-round draft picks.

Now, according to reports, the Eagles have changed their mind. The team is now seeking at least one first-round draft pick.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb runs with the football during their NFL game against the Tennessee Titans
Kevin Kolb runs with the football during their NFL game against the Tennessee Titans (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

The Eagles are also willing to accept at least a third-round draft pick in the package. According to the National Football Post’s Dan Pompei, “no one expects them to come too far off their asking price.”

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He also added, “[it’s] starting to look as if it’s a possibility that Kolb might be back in Philly.” At this time, the Eagles are not sure if Michael Vick will be able to stay healthy in his 30s.

This is likely why they have such a high asking price for Kolb. The Eagles still have several weeks before they can officially begin to entertain trade talks for Kolb.

The new NFL league year begins in March. This past season, Kolb appeared in seven games.

He appeared in five games. He was 2-3 in those starts.

Kolb went 115 of 189 for 1,197 yards. He also had seven touchdown passes and seven interceptions.

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He last started for the Eagles in a 14-13 loss to the Dallas Cowboys on January 2nd, 2011. He went 18 of 36 for 162 yards. He also had one touchdown pass and three interceptions.

Before starting against the Cowboys, his last start came in a 37-19 loss to the Tennessee Titans on October 24th. He went 26 of 48 for 231 yards. He had one touchdown pass and two interceptions.

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Anthony Caruso III
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Anthony Caruso III is the Publisher of The Capital Sports Report. He has been in the sports journalism field since 2002 and has covered numerous high-profile events, including 12 Heisman Trophy ceremonies.
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