You may or may not have heard that the Philadelphia Eagles have more than one QB that can start at the NFL level. And you also may or may not have heard but all three are entering the final year of their contracts and the Eagles have to get this all sorted out.
Will Donovan McNabb stay? Will he be traded? Where will Michael Vick end up? They can’t keep him, can they? And they certainly can’t move Kevin Kolb, right?
Well, with all the talk circling the situation, McNabb felt it necessary to release a statement.
“My position hasn’t changed,” McNabb said in the statement released to the media. “I’ve said all alsong that I’d like to win a Super Bowl and finish my career in Philadelphia. I understand the situation well, and just hope, whichever direction the Eagles decide to go in, they do it quickly. I think that would be best for Kevin (Kolb), Michael (Vick), the Eagles and any other teams involved. No matter what happens, I’ve already begun preparing to have an outstanding season in 2010.”
Well, we don’t know that it will happen quickly. Donovan, you’ll probably have to sit tight until the draft like the rest of us.
But we actually did speak with a source close to Donovan who said that he absolutely wants to stay in Philadelphia to win a Super Bowl and finish his career. We actually wouldn’t blame Donovan if he wanted to get the hell out.