A major question mark heading into the 2019 campaign involves the reigning Super Bowl MVP, Nick Foles.
Foles, 30, threw for 1,413 yards, 7 touchdowns and 4 interceptions while appearing in five regular-season games and two playoff games a year after he led the Eagles to the franchise's first Super Bowl victory.
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Every one of the Patriots' Super Bowls under Belichick has been close. "If the Rams pull off the upset, we will party all night". McVay undertook the offensive play calling duties for the season, leading the Rams to their first NFC west title since 2003.
As we all know, the Eagles re-structured Foles' contract last season, which added a mutual option for the 2019 season that would cost $20 million.
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Other teams have reportedly inquired about Foles's "price", which is expected to possibly be a third-round pick. The entire dilemma about what to do with the backup quarterback Nick Foles has apparently been decided. But, Rapoport said, Philadelphia at that point could put the franchise tag on Foles and search for a trade partner. It's rare for a franchise tag to be rescinded, with the most notable case the Carolina Panthers doing it with cornerback Josh Norman in 2016. Assuming since Foles wants to start, and the Eagles made a decision to stick with their first-round franchise quarterback, Carson Wentz, it seemed inevitable that Foles would find himself another team for 2019. Either way, Foles is set to get paid, and the Eagles will need to determine how they'll proceed with or without Foles over the coming month.
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