BUFFALO (wgrz.com) - Various reports have the Bills still in the mix in trying to work a trade for Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb.
ESPN's Sal Paolantonio reports the number of teams interested has actually dwindled based on the price the Eagles were asking for teams interested in their quarterbacks, and that could very much work to the Bills favor as negotiations continue.
The Oakland Raiders are also reportedly interested. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports McNabb's top choice would be Minnesota.
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