The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that the Eagles are expected to have a deal done that would send QB Kevin Kolb to the Arizona Cardinals by the end of today.
Adam Caplan also reports that the Cardinals have made “substantial” progress on a new contract for Kolb which is one of the hurdles that has been impacting the trade. Not only do they have to agree on the asking price for Kolb but the Cardinals are going to have to sign him to a longterm agreement because of the fact that he would be a free agent after the 2011 season.
As of know it is still believed that the Eagles will get Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie along with a draft pick in return for Kolb.
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