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More On McNabb Trade:

Philadelphia will receive the No. 37 overall pick in the 2010 draft and either a third or fourth round pick in 2011.

Andy Reid on McNabb:”This was a very tough decision.He carried this organization to new heights.We thank him 4everything”

The Redskins were clearly offering the best deal, but Philadelphia’s amazing confidence in Kevin Kolb made this deal possible.  Andy Reid and G.M. Howie Roseman better be right.

Folks the NFC East just got a bit more interesting!


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6 Responses to “More On McNabb Trade:”

  1. JohnDeeezy says:

    Wow is all i have to say

  2. jeremy says:

    The Giants are the clear favorites in the Division now. Will the Redskins be harder or easier to beat now? The Eagles are definitely easier to beat. The Cowboys are still the Cowboys.

  3. Chris says:

    I think it’s good for the g-men. All new people in Wash means a year of adjustments. Next year, McNabb’s another year older. Eagles also have a year of adjustment with rookie qb. May mean two losses for eagles with a motivated McNabb. I think Dallas and g men battle it out for division title.

  4. CMH says:

    This has to be a financially motivated move by Philly. They must be anticipating a strike/ lock out.

    • Steve B. says:

      And the thing is they have no idea how Kolb is going to do. Does he fold under pressure? Is he clutch? Who knows.

      Whenever I think of Kolb, I remember that game they had against the Ravens, where McNabb got benched, Kolb came in, and threw a pick to Ed Reed, and 108 yards later it was a TD and a record.

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