The most prominent rumor of the offseason is that Kevin Kolb, currently of the Eagles, will end up on the Arizona Cardinals within a very short time after the lockout ends.
It's a done deal as far as many folks go, and it's simply a matter of what -- not when -- the two teams will trade.
But Ken Wisenhunt pointed out that he's a little surprised by all the chatter surrounding his team and the interest in Kolb, particularly the recent rumors that the team would give up Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie in exchange.
"I don't even know where that speculation started about trading or what we're going to give up," Wisenhunt said, per Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic. "We don't even know if [the Eagles) are willing to do that. That's something that everybody speculates on."
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Wisenhunt also mocked the speculation that occurred with quarterback Marc Bulger, who'd been rumored to already have a deal with the Cards and also not even interested in Arizona.
But, more importantly, Somers notes that Wisenhunt doesn't believe anyone on the Cardinals roster is "untouchable" when it comes to making a deal.
Of course, that's what everyone usually says when discussing the possibility of making a blockbuster deal. But it's also indicative of just how badly the Cardinals need a quarterback.
And exactly why Kolb's practically already pencilled on on the Arizona depth chart.
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