Kevin Kolb wants the Eagles to trade him if they plan on brining back Michael Vick as their starting quarterback for 2011, according to a source. Kolb, who has mostly been Philadelphia's backup over the last four years, is expected to inform Andy Reid of his ultimatum during a meeting on Monday. Asked what would be a best-case scenario for next season, Kolb said, "To start." "I love it here, as everybody knows," Kolb said after the Eagles' 21-16 playoff loss to the Packers. "My family's settled in here. I would love to be starting here. But I want to be starting somewhere." Kolb was then asked if could take another season in Philadelphia as the backup. "I can't answer that question," he said. He is under contract for next season, while Vick is not.
Kolb Wants Trade If He's Not Going To Start