It's presumed that Kevin Kolb will get traded at some point before 2011. After all, the Eagles seem okay with moving him and teams are desperate for quarterback talent.
But it's certainly not guaranteed -- the labor situation makes things a bit difficult when it comes to moving Kolb to another team. As such the Eagles backup is ready to be, well, just that.
"I'll go to work as a backup if that happens," Kolb said to the Dallas Star Telegram's Charean Williams. "That'll be my job. That's a possibility. I hope it doesn't happen."
That doesn't mean he'll be particularly thrilled about it though -- as Kolb as made known plenty of times over the past few months, he wants to start.
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Well, Reid will actually do the "right thing" for the Eagles. And clearly, that means starting Michael Vick under center and letting him do the voodoo that he do.
That particular voodoo can lend itself to injuries, though, which means that Kolb, even if he ends up staying with the Eagles, he's not that far from getting his wish in the first place.
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