Thursday, March 25, 2010
One less team interested in McNabb?
By Bill Williamson
The Donovan McNabb trade hysteria took another turn Thursday when St. Louis coach Steve Spagnuolo poured water on reports the Rams had an offer on the table for the Eagles’ 33-year-old quarterback.
There was a report Wednesday that Oakland and Buffalo inquired about McNabb. Eagles coach Andy Reid did say Wednesday the Eagles were talking to teams.
If the Rams are not interested, Oakland’s chances of landing McNabb could increase. It was reported that McNabb wants to go to a contender and likely wouldn’t be interested staying long-term with the Raiders or the Bills if he was traded there. He is a free agent after this season.
There are plenty of obstacles for Oakland if it wants McNabb, but if the Rams are out of the mix, then the competition has lessened some.