PHILADELPHIA — The Eagles have informed quarterback Nick Foles they will be exercising his 20 million option to 2019, a team source told ESPN.

On the next 10 days, Foles gets got the power to void the choice from paying the 2 million. The expectation is he will select out.

The Eagles would then have the capacity to set the franchise tag on Foles. They’re expected to do so in an effort sources from several other NFL teams who have been told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.

The franchise label number for quarterbacks is expected to be around $25 million to next season.

The Eagles have publicly committed to Carson Wentz as their newcomer continue. By setting the franchise tag they’d get an chance for damages for Foles via transaction where he ends , while having a say. The purchase cost for Foles is predicted to be around a third-round selection, according to Schefter.

Foles, 30, completed 72 percent of his passes and threw for 2 touchdowns and 4 interceptions in five regular-season games in 2018.