The Eagles continue to discuss possible trades involving quarterback Donovan McNabb, but nothing appears imminent. "There is no so-called front-runner," a senior team official told ESPN's Sal Paolantonio. "We continue to engage in conversations with multiple teams that initially contacted us. Some of the offers involve draft picks, some involve a player, some involve many players. We are evaluating the offers. But if some team had totally blown us away, we would probably have made a deal already." Earlier this week it was reported that the Raiders were the frontrunner to land McNabb, but those reports appear to be premature. Oakland, however, does have the pieces needed to acquire McNabb from Philadelphia.