As the Jaguars have enter the off-season; our focus has now shifted toward free agency and the all important draft. Many of us are already getting excited over the possibility of the Jaguars signing a top name free agent or selecting a future franchise quarterback. Today, While randomly surfing the web I started to think about teams who are likely going to be looking for a quarterback as well. Then I realized that I haven't heard anyone yet mention anything about the Eagles quarterback situation. Both Michael Vick and Kevin Kolb could have been starters this year, and while now I think its pretty apparent by now that the Eagles have decided that Vick is their man, Kevin Kolb is still has the potential to be a franchise quarterback. If I'm not mistaken both players are going to be entering contract years. While I'm sure that the Eagles would love to keep both of these guys; I'm not sure that they want to pay Kolb roughly 5 million dollars next year just to sit on the bench. Especially when the Eagles know that they are most likely going to have to sign Vick to a big contract in order to keep him. I know in this past off season the Eagles have been asking for a king's ransom in exchange for Kolb. But with him being in a contract year, there will be added pressure to trade him, or they risk having him walking a year later, and not getting anything at all. With that being said I feel like in a trade situation the eagles might be willing to settle for less, than in previous years. So we could see more teams in the hunt for Kolb. So could the Jaguars be a team that is willing to trade for Kolb? I personally think No, but that doesn't mean that its not important for us to pay attention to where Kolb could go. A trade for Kolb would likely mean that the team who selects him would instantly be out of the running to pick a quarterback within the first two rounds. With one less team in the hunt for a quarterback, and a year when there are so many top quarterbacks entering the draft; the Jaguars would then have less pressure to draft a quarterback in the first round and it would increase the likelihood of being able to select a top quarterback in the second or even the third round. While I know the draft is still months away its just something to think about.