ESPN's Adam Schefter confirms the Eagles have been shopping Asante Samuel "around the league."

Samuel is attending voluntary workouts this week, and insists he does not want to be traded.  "This is my home," he said. "I've never been to a place I love more than Philly. It's up to management. I want to be here."

The workouts are "voluntary," but Samuel has decided to play the good soldier while on the trading block.

The Eagles' best chance to trade Samuel could be for a mid-round pick may be on draft weekend. Other teams realize Philly has no interest in paying Samuel's near $10 million contract for 2012.

To date, Samuel has only said he's willing to restructure his contract.

The Titans had be mentioned as a trade partner about a month ago, but thus far nothing has really materialized.

So the big question is not if the Eagles trade Samuel, when they trade Samuel, what should they get back in return?