PHILADELPHIA — Nick Foles had been quick to void his 20-19 option year with the Philadelphia Eagles and will be wasting no time ponying up $2 million as a portion of that buyout.

Based on some source, the payment has been taken care of Wednesday, one day after Foles opted out.

Tuesday afternoon, the Eagles notified Foles that they were also exercising the 20 million option in his contract.

As stated by the speech in the arrangement, Foles had to pay $2 million into the Eagles via cashier’s check by Feb. 16 — that the 25th day prior to the start of new league season. However, it already has been taken care of.

The limit relief will be offered by the $ 2 million from Foles in the form of salary credited or reimbursed in 20-19.

The team still has the option of setting the franchise tag and intend to do so to try to exchange , sources on other NFL teams who have been in touch with Philadelphia told Schefter.

The franchise label number for quarterbacks is anticipated to be around $25 million to second season. The window for teams to designate franchise or transition players would be Feb. 19 to March 5.

The Eagles have publicly committed to Carson Wentz as their starting quarterback dancing. By setting the franchise tag the Eagles would get an opportunity for compensation for Foles via trade where he eventually ends up while having a say. The purchase price to get Foles is expected to be around a pick, ” a source told Schefter.

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