Well, Foles did not seem to interested in this plan, as NFL Network's Ian Rapoport has reported that Foles will be buying back his freedom from the Eagles for $2 million, and will become a free agent--unless.
With the 2018 National Football League season officially in the books, it is time for the rumor mill to spin up regarding big-name free agents and trade targets.
Nick Foles #9 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks to pass against the Washington Redskins during the first half at FedExField on December 30, 2018 in Landover, Maryland.
The Eagles believe there's a strong chance the Giants will part ways with Manning and attempt to sign Foles if Foles hits the market. "Y'all know where to find me if you have any issues", Lane Johnson stated.
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The price for Foles is expected to be around the third round, Schefter reports. And yet, as CBS Sports' Joel Corry noted, the "potential pitfalls" of the tag, including that $25 million cap hit, make it an nearly unnecessary hurdle.
Among the claims in the report were that Wentz "bullied" offensive coordinator Mike Groh, played "favorites" by over-targeting Pro Bowl tight end Zach Ertz, and generally acted "like he's won 10 Super Bowls".
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles has informed the team he wants to leave the nest.
The story, which included anonymous quotes from Eagles players and team sources, received major pushback from the Eagles organization. After leading the Eagles to a Super Bowl win last season and taking them to the playoffs this year, Foles would be in for a nice pay raise - and a starting job - if he hit the market.
"Carson Wentz's biggest enemy is Carson Wentz", a source said in the report.