— Quarterback Nick Foles has informed the Philadelphia Eagles he’s voiding his $20 million option for 2019, after the team informed it would be picking up the choice, a source told ’s Adam Schefter.

Foles must pay $ 2 million to the Eagles to opt out.

They are expected to do so to then make an effort to exchange him, sources from other teams who’ve been in touch told Schefter.

The franchise tag number for quarterbacks is predicted to be approximately $25 million for second season.

The Eagles have dedicated to Carson Wentz because their starter continue. By setting the franchise tag on Foles, they would get an chance to receive payment for Foles via transaction on where he ends up while using a say. The purchase price to get Foles is expected to be accordingto Schefter.

Foles, the MVP of Super Bowl LII, stepped again for the wounded Wentz at the conclusion of this year and helped the Eagles to three consecutive regular-season wins and a playoff victory against the Chicago Bears from the wild-card round.

30, foles, completed 72 percent of his passes and threw for 2 touchdowns and 4 interceptions .

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