Obviously, roster moves outside the draft are a no-go right now for NFL teams, but once the labor dispute is settled, expect the Minnesota Vikings to be one of the teams trying to acquire Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb.
The Washington Post reports that league sources are saying that the Vikings have expressed interest in acquiring the veteran quarterback from Washington.
However, those same sources have reportedly indicated that Minnesota and the other team interested in obtaining McNabb aren't willing to give up too much to get him. That's not a knock on McNabb necessarily, but it is instead a result of an indication by Washington that they'd like to get rid of him.
McNabb and head coach Mike Shanahan clearly didn't see eye-to-eye at times during the signal-caller's first season in D.C., and the 'Skins also indicated that McNabb's tenure there was coming to an end.