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Might we suggest chartering a course heading to the northeast.
The city of Brotherly of Love is in a bit of turmoil after Philadelphia lost its opening round matchup with Green Bay on Sunday. Immediately after the game, Eagles back up QB Kevin Kolb issued an ultimatum to his organization to start him or trade him.
Mean while, Michael Vick is set to become a free agent.
Philly's fragmenting QB situation can only be seen as a win for the Dolphins.
The Chad Henne project should be scrapped and head coach Tony Sparano knows that the meaningless two-year contract extension/apology note Ross just handed him is only as good as the win and loss total in the beginning of next year. A slow start will get Sparano fired for sure.
Ross has already shown he will do whatever it takes, including publicly humiliating his employees, to bring excitement to Sun Life Stadium. Who better to put a charge into the Dolphins fan base than Vick?
And even if Miami doesn't land Vick, who will likely be the most coveted free agent this season, Kolb would be a great consolation prize.
If not for an injury, Kolb probably would have remained Philly's starter and Vick's Superman act would have never seen the field this season.
Kolb was good enough that the Eagles sent the face of their franchise packing before the season. No reason to think the 26-year-old doesn't still have the talent to put Ws on the board.
Kolb would have to come in a trade and it's unclear what the Eagles might want in a deal for a potential franchise quarterback. The Dolphins have the No. 15 pick in April's NFL Draft, which would be an enticing bargaining chip if Ireland chose to put it on the table.
For a franchise desperate to solve its quarterback woes, Vick or Kolb could prove to be Ross' next recruiting trip.