Eric Moulds' representative says the Philadelphia Eagles are interested in his client, and the feeling is mutual.
"Eric has a wish list of teams, and a lot of those teams on his list are interested," said Greg Johnson, Moulds' New Orleans-based advisor. "I'm optimistic we can work something out that will be acceptable to the Bills."
The Eagles have had discussions with Moulds' advisors in the past week, since the Bills granted permission to Moulds to seek a trade. Johnson said Moulds has talked on the phone with Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb. An Eagles source told the Philadelphia Inquirer that the team would be interested at the right price for Moulds.
"Several teams are in the mix," Johnson said. "I think Philly would be a good place for Eric."
New England, Kansas City, Denver and Houston are other teams Johnson identified as having interest.
Johnson said any deal would require the Bills to accept a draft-pick compensation as well as Moulds striking a new contract with the team that acquires him. A pick of the second day of the draft is probably what another team would offer in a trade.