There's a chance that Eagles QB Donovan McNabb will leave the team this offseason; his name keeps popping up in trade talks. But the Denver Post reports that McNabb won't be a Bronco, at least. "Now comes an ESPN report that the Broncos are among a handful of teams the Philadelphia Eagles have talked to about veteran quarterback Donovan McNabb. It figures to be one of many trips through the rumor mill for the Broncos in coming weeks. But two Broncos sources emphatically said there is "no truth" to reports describing Denver as a possible landing spot for McNabb. Unless the Broncos, Eagles coach Andy Reid and McNabb are fibbing, McNabb figures to be in Philadelphia one more season. Reid already has said McNabb is his starting quarterback for 2010 and McNabb said last week in Miami he would be with the Eagles in the 2010 season. Many in the league expect the Eagles to keep McNabb unless some team blows them away with an offer that includes a first-round draft pick or the equivalent — a pricey endeavor for a quarterback who turns 34 on Nov. 25 and has only a year left on his contract."