The Cardinals aren’t the only team interested in want-out quarterback Kevin Kolb.
According to NBC Sports, the Seattle Seahawks offered the Eagles a first and third round pick for Kolb.
The Eagles have seemed more interested in getting players in exchange for Kolb rather than draft picks, but if the organization listened to Seattle’s offer, it could be beneficial for the Cardinals.
With rumors of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie possibly being moved in a trade for Kolb, the Cardinals looked set to shock fans with who they were willing to give up in exchange for a proven starting quarterback.
The impact of a possible DRC trade could be lessened by the draft selection of Patrick Peterson, but the Cardinals could benefit from two excellent young corners.
When the lockout comes to a close, the Cardinals will have to decide if Kolb is worth the loss of a possible key player, or, if the rumored Seattle offer turns out to be true, a few draft picks.