I wasn't originally going to run with this one, but it could make for good debate, so why not.
This article talks about the possibility that Eagles QB Donovan McNabb could be traded prior to the 2007 season or perhaps before September and of course Chicago's name came up.
This scenario obviously depends on two things. One, that McNabb is physically ready to play on Week 1 of the 2007 season. Two, that Chicago is convinced McNabb is their best available QB option.
(The fact that McNabb is from Chicago is, in my mind, irrelevant. The Bears would be just as interested in an available quality veteran if he were from Portland, Tucson or Montreal.)
But the key to this scenario is Bears linebacker Lance Briggs, who has said publicly that he will never play for Chicago again and who refused to report to minicamp on Friday.
Briggs is, arguably, the best weakside linebacker in the game and is only 26.
So now the question is, say this were a possibility are you interested?
Credit: popeflick (I saw the email before the story that was posted in the comments)