Rachel Nichols checks in from Eagles camp in Bethlehem, Pa., with the latest on the slow-moving Kevin Kolb trade talks between the Eagles and the Cardinals. Rachel expresses the popular and likely correct point of view that each side has lost most if not all of its leverage and is probably stuck with the other. But while I still think the deal gets done, the Eagles do have leverage. In the end, if they don't get what they want, they can keep Kolb. Remember, it only makes sense to deal him if it's worth their giving up a reliable backup quarterback who could start for them in a pinch -- not exactly a useless commodity in today's NFL.