Browns, Bills, Broncos interested in McNabb
The Cleveland Browns, Buffalo Bills and Denver Broncos are interested in acquiring Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The Bills currently have only one QB on their roster, Trent Edwards, and have also expressed interest in acquiring Eagles backup Michael Vick.
The Browns and Broncos are having concerns with their current starters - Brady Quinn and Kyle Orton, respectively - and are exploring other options.
The Eagles have said McNabb will return for the 2010 season, the final one on his current contract, but speculation continues that they would part with him for the right price.
They currently have backup quarterback Kevin Kolb under contract and are shopping Vick around to the highest bidder.
The Eagles have to decide if it's time start anew or give McNabb one last shot to take the team to the top. They are currently 18-to-1 to win Super Bowl XLV.