McNabb suitors limited from the start

Originally Published: April 1, 2010
By John Clayton | ESPN.com

Apparently, the Philadelphia Eagles, one of the NFL's smarter organizations, didn't study enough history before trying to trade Donovan McNabb.

Even though pro football revolves around the quarterback, it's hard to handle quarterback trades like auctions, particularly for quarterbacks in their mid-30s. McNabb is 33, not a bad age for a quarterback. He's still in his prime. Compared to Brett Favre, he's still a kid.

But the team that would ultimately trade for McNabb must be a only ...

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