Is the Kyle Orton trade bubble about to burst? Mike Klis of the Denver Post points out that Orton's potential landing spots are fading quicker than expected. The Tennessee Titans have agreed to a contract with free agent Matt Hasselbeck, and the Minnesota Vikings are quite close to acquiring Donovan McNabb for two sixth-round draft picks.
And despite talks between the Broncos and the Cardinals for Orton, it still appears as though the Cards are intent on picking up Kevin Kolb. And with the Seahawks signing Tarvaris Jackson and Matt Leinart eliminates them from the discussion. So that leaves the Miami Dolphins, or, as Klis states, the Broncos--at least for a couple of weeks.
Klis could see the Redskins, who just traded McNabb, checking back in a couple of weeks since John Beck is the starter for now. He also lists Cincinnati as a team that could come calling since they just lost Carson Palmer to retirement. However, Andy Dalton's presence there would create a similar situation in Denver.
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