Eagles leaning toward keeping Nick Foles?

Depending on how Carson Wentz‘s rehab unfolds, Nick Foles could potentially be required to start for the defending Super Bowl champions come Week 1. And the Eagles may be proceeding accordingly. While a previous report indicated even a 2016 Sam Bradford-type trade haul — first- and fourth-round picks — wouldn’t even be enough for a team to pry Foles from the Eagles, the team now may be leaning toward holding onto its backup.Ian Rapoport of NFL.com tweets a first-round choice may be enough to sway the Eagles, but he adds the team does not want to trade him.Wentz is in the middle stages of rehabbing the knee ligaments he tore in Los Angeles, and despite Foles’ value being at an all-time high after his Super Bowl MVP outing, no reports have indicated Philly is ready to cash in on that. An AFC team offered the Eagles a second-round pick for Foles, but that clearly wasn’t sufficient.The 29-year-old quarterback is under contract for one more season and set to comprise $7.6MM of the Eagles’ cap. Depending on how Car

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