Report: Eagles looking to give Foles bonus that fell just short

Nick Foles has played a major role to ensure the Super Bowl champions can attempt to defend their title in this year’s playoffs, and the Eagles want to compensate him accordingly.  The veteran quarterback came four plays short of a $1M bonus in Week 17, and Adam Schefter of ESPN.com notes the Eagles are trying to find a solution to pay him that bonus. The Eagles sweetened Foles’ deal this past offseason, after he led the franchise to its first Super Bowl title. One of these incentives would have triggered had the Eagles made the playoffs with Foles playing 33 percent of the snaps.  With Carson Wentz‘s backup being required to start and finish the season, that became attainable. But Foles went down during the Eagles’ Week 17 win over the Redskins. Here is the latest from around the Eastern front: Jay Gruden will remain in Washington, but one of his assistants will not. The Redskins are letting go of secondary coach Torrian Gray, Mike Garafolo of NFL.com tweets. Washington appears to have two-year Denver defen

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