Friday, February 17, 2012
NFC West links: Cards plan to go with Kolb
By ESPN.com staff
SI.com has a free-agency primer for the NFC West.
GM Rod Graves is confident defensive end Calais Campbell will remain with the club. "Calais will be with us, rest assured,” Graves said in an interview with Arizona Sports 620.
Graves also said he expects to go into next season with Kevin Kolb as the team's starting quarterback -- but Graves wouldn't rule out a change at the position. "There's no reason to think at this particular point that we wouldn't proceed with ... seeing the contract through, but things change as we go down the road," Graves said in an interview on KTAR-AM in Phoenix.
St. Louis Rams
ESPN's Todd McShay expects the Rams to get plenty of offers to trade out of the No. 2 overall pick in April's draft. " ... I think that No. 2 pick is up for public auction. I think the Rams are going to get a good deal to move back and can still get a player they want at tackle or wide receiver," McShay said during a conference call.
San Francisco 49ers
The 49ers are expected to allow veteran cornerback Shawntae Spencer to seek a trade.
Meanwhile, Spencer has switched agents.
Everyone wants to know what the Seahawks are going to do at the quarterback position. But one thing they won't do, writes seahawks.com's Clare Farnsworth, is panic.