Quarterback Donovan McNabb is not a hot commodity, after bombing with the Redskins and signing a contract extension that will likely make him untradeable. Adam Caplan from Fox Sports reported this weekend what many NFL watchers have been speculating, that the Redskins will probably cut McNabb when the NFL gets back to business.
McNabb’s problem is that he is owned a lot of money under his current deal if he is a Redskin on Week 2 of the season and anyone getting McNabb in a trade inherits his contract. For McNabb, the good news is that plenty of team need a quarterback but the bad news is that Eagles quarterback Kevin Kolb is a hot commodity this offseason and will be going to a place like Arizona, Minnesota or Seattle, the places McNabb would like to play at. Instead, McNabb’s choices would be Buffalo, Cincinnati, and Oakland, as a stop-gap quarterback who would take a beating as those teams develop a younger player.