After the Philadelphia Eagles went home in disappointing fashion after a crushing loss in the Divisional Round to the New Orleans Saints, many knew Nick Foles had likely played his last game in an Eagles uniform. Notice how, within the framework of the current Collective Bargaining Agreement, there is simply to room to house both Nick Foles and Carson Wentz under one roof.
Schefter reported that the Eagles are seeking around a third-round pick for Foles and that teams have already inquired about trading for him. That's the simple way for the team to engineer a trade without Foles having to repay the $2 million.
Rams vs Patriots: Over/under is best bet for Super Bowl 2019
In the last decade, only three Super Bowls have gone over 56.5 points, with the Patriots involved in two occasions. However, if oddsmakers finally budge and move the Rams to +3, we might finally see bettors jump on Los Angeles.
The Eagles refused to specify any of their plans for Foles. But according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport, the Eagles have every intention of picking up the second-year option.
And if you think a scenario in which the Eagles "franchise" Foles then trade him to the Jaguars is unrealistic, consider this: The Pittsburgh Steelers are considering going down the same route and using the franchise tag on wantaway running back Le'Veon Bell.
Brisbane airport evacuated due to ‘bomb threat’
He is accused of walking into the airport holding a metal box with exposed wiring, the Courier-Mail in Queensland has reported. Several witness reports online also claim a man was seen brandishing a knife and making bomb threats.
What are the Eagles' options now?According to Rapoport's source, that's what might end up happening, since there's a good chance that Foles could see a lot more than $20 million on the free agency market. The Eagles could franchise tag Foles to secure their quarterback rights, reports Schefter.
Meghan Markle uses bananas to relay uplifting messages to sex workers
She's giving birth in a matter of months but that hasn't stopped the Duchess of Sussex from carrying out her royal duties. The charity specialises in helping women to break free from street sex work, addiction and other life-controlling issues.