The big news on Easter Sunday was the Philadelphia Eagles officially parting ways with quarterback Donovan McNabb, shipping him down I-95 to the divisional rival Washington Redskins.
As we continue to count you down to the 2010 NFL Draft over the final 17 days, more wheeling and dealing is expected to occur, which will directly re-shape how the first round could unfold.
The St. Louis Rams are in the ambiguous position of holding the number one overall pick. The team has a lot of needs, most notably at quarterback.
With the acquisition of McNabb, it’s no secret that Jason Campbell is not part of Mike Shanahan’s master plan. The Eagles received a second round pick this year and either a third or fourth next year pending the trade clause in exchange for McNabb, which puts Campbell’s trade value in the day-three range (rounds three-thru-seven).