The top three teams in the draft--the 49ers, Dolphins and Browns--are interested in trading down. Says one G.M. with no desire to move up in a draft that is weak at the top: "Throw your normal expectations out the window if you want to trade down. Whereas most years you might get a second-round pick for moving down a few spots, now one of those top teams might get a fourth to move down 10 or 12 spots." Why would a team drafting high consider that? To avoid paying a $15 million signing bonus to a player who's no more of a sure thing than the 10th or 15th player selected.... The mystery of why the Eagles didn't run a hurry-up offense when they were down by 10 in the dying minutes of the Super Bowl is closer to being solved. Coach Andy Reid has all but admitted that the beating Donovan McNabb (above) took during the game slowed the offense in the final six minutes. "Donovan wasn't sick, he just got hit a couple times," Reid says. "You get hit--and hit pretty good--and that'll slow things down."