One of the questions heading into the offseason was whether or not the Eagles would think about buying and selling quarterback Nick Foles, however nobody hit the “high price tag” the workforce stated it will take to maneuver the reigning Super Bowl MVP.
While a commerce didn’t materialize, a revised contract with the Eagles has come to fruition. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media experiences that the workforce has reached a new deal with Foles that features a mutual possibility for the 2019 season.
Garafolo’s colleague Ian Rapoport experiences that the revised contract contains a $2 million signing bonus and hundreds of thousands extra in incentives that Foles may attain if he finds himself again within the beginning job this yr. Garafolo provides that the Eagles don’t foresee that happening and imagine Carson Wentz might be good to go for the common season, however Foles now will get more cash off of final yr’s work and a greater probability to money in come 2019 as a starter someplace within the league.
Foles’ unique contract with the Eagles referred to as for him to make $11 million over two years with three voidable years tacked on for wage cap functions. Those years had been set to void so long as Foles was on the roster in February 2019.