The Philadelphia Eagles have yet to discuss trading
quarterback Nick Foles, but they’d require a first- or second-round draft pick
in order to even consider it, according to Rob Maadi of The Associated Press.
NFL source tells me #Eagles haven't discussed trading Nick Foles w anyone & would want 1st or 2nd round pick to even consider it. Story soon
— Rob Maaddi (@RobMaaddi) February 15, 2013
Entering the offseason, it looks like Foles had a chance at becoming
the quarterback of the future in Philadelphia. However, since then, Chip Kelly has been hired and Michael Vick’s contract has been renegotiated, keeping him
in town for at least another season. Also, the team has added Kelly’s former college quarterback, Dennis Dixon, on a two-year contract.
Even with Vick and Dixon in the picture, the Eagles are not
shopping Foles as they are hoping to keep him, according to The Philadelphia
It’s been reported that the man that helped draft Foles,
Andy Reid, has interest in the second-year player. It will be interesting to
see if Reid wants to reunite with Foles with his new team, the Kansas City
Chiefs, and, if he does, what the Eagles’ will receive in return.
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