That talk isn't going away.
The Redskins have tipped their hand regarding their future intentions at quarterback, which means the team unlikely will receive a lucrative trade offer for McNabb, a league source said.
Regardless of interest, no deal can be made until there is a new collective bargaining agreement between the NFL and its players.
Washington is expected to release McNabb, and Rex Grossman, who started in the final three games, will be a free agent. It's possible the team will bring one of them back and or sign another veteran. It's believed that McNabb would be willing to give back the $3.5 signing bonus he received last fall in exchange for his release, according to The Post.
McNabb struggled in his first season in Washington after a successful 11-year run with the Philadelphia Eagles. In 13 starts, the 34-year-old threw 14 touchdown passes and 15 interceptions while posting his lowest passer rating (77.1) since 1999, his rookie season.