The New England Patriots are among the "many teams" interested in Eagles backup quarterback A.J. Feeley, according to Jason La Canfora of NFL.com.
The St. Louis Rams are also said to be interested.
The Eagles, however, are unlikely to part ways with Feeley before commissioner Roger Goodell announces how many games Michael Vick has to sit out.
Feeley and the Eagles nearly beat the 16-0 Patriots team back in 2007, but eventually fell, 31-28. He went 27-for-42 for 345 yards against Bill Belichick and company in Week 12 that season. Feeley tossed three touchdowns but was also picked off three times, twice by Asante Samuel.
He saw action in three games that season but did not get on the field in 2008.
The Patriots and Eagles have made a couple deals this offseason, with New England acquiring wide receiver Greg Lewis and the Birds picking up cornerback Ellis Hobbs.