Rumors are starting to swirl about the possibility of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb being traded to the Buffalo Bills. The question is now will these rumors actually come to fruition?
There were reports last month that the Bills contacted the Eagles about McNabb, but that was just merely an inquiry to his availability. However, there has most likely been new contact with National Football League owner’s meeting taking place.
According to the Philadelphia Inquire, the rumor yesterday was McNabb to the Bills for draft picks. That has not yet happened, but there is most likely truth in the story.
It has been proven scientifically that when a story is told person to person each time it is told the story changes, which means the story over time becomes completely different from the truth. That is most likely the case here.
What most likely happened is that the Bills met with the Eagles yesterday and proposed McNabb for draft picks for which that conversation ended with okay sounds good, but we want to discuss this further.
Tuesday, over lunch or dinner the Eagles met to discuss the trade offers and what they would like to do. That meeting most likely ended with the determination that the Bills would be the team if they decide to deal McNabb and a certain other team if they decide to trade back up quarterback Kevin Kolb.
The key thing to remember is that it has been report that the front office wants to deal McNabb, while Reid wants to deal Kolb. That is the hold with the McNabb trade and how the rumor got out as Reid probably told his fellow coaches, which they then in turn blabbed about.
In the end, Bills fans need to remember nothing is done and remember that people do change their mind.