Eagles place high price on trading Foles

Eagles place high price on trading Foles

After the cheering and celebrating subsided (a bit) following the Philadelphia Eagles' historic Super Bowl win over the New England Patriots last month, the next question was, "now what do they do with Nick Foles?".

After June 1 they'd save $9 million if they traded or cut Curry, but they'd have to carry his cap hit throughout free agency, so it really wouldn't help them much there.

While Mortensen says the Eagles will demand more than the first- and fourth-round picks they received from the Minnesota Vikings for Sam Bradford on the eve of the 2016 season, some other estimates have been far more aggressive.

The offer came earlier in the offseason, which implies it wasn't something proposed lat week during the Scouting Combine.

ESPN reported the Eagles are not actively shopping Foles but are listening to offers.

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I've said all along I think the price for Foles is either a single first-round pick or two second-round picks; that wouldn't guarantee a deal gets done (depends on where the pick is in the round) but it would make the Eagles think, especially when it comes to not actually being able to play Foles.

They now have a Super Bowl champion quarterback as the backup to their MVP candidate Carson Wentz.

A team that makes a lot of sense would be the Bills, due to their extra second-round pick and the location of those picks (mid round, it seems unlikely someone like Cleveland would give up No. 33 or No. 35, same with Denver's second-round pick). Production wise, Curry has certainly had his moments over the years, but at the end of the day, just the thought of the Eagles paying him $9 million next year would make most fans in the City of Brotherly Love cringe.

I doubt a second-round pick will be enough to move Foles at this point.