Eagles won't tag Nick Foles; QB to enter free agency

Nick Foles market could be shrinking after Raiders Giants give current QB's votes of confidence

Nick Foles market could be shrinking after Raiders Giants give current QB's votes of confidence

The Super Bowl LII MVP is a free agent.

- The Philadelphia Eagles have decided not to put a franchise tag on backup quarterback Nick Foles, effectively allowing Foles to become a free agent.

And last, but not least there were the fans who expressed not wanting him to go to a rival NFC East team.

Roseman did not disclose whether the Eagles had potential trade discussions if they did tag Foles.

Foles signed with the Eagles as an unrestricted free agent prior to the 2017 season, and spent most of that season on the bench while Carson Wentz lit the league on fire.

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"We were incredibly fortunate to have him and wish him the best of luck in the future". "... But at the same time, he deserves an opportunity to lead a team. It's a goal of his to lead another team and lead another locker room and we feel at this point it's the right decision". Foles was a third-round draft pick in 2012.

The 30-year-old Foles will enter his eighth National Football League season next year.

But Foles will always be known for being a Super Bowl MVP. The Giants committed to another year of Eli Manning, and the Raiders gave a vote of confidence to Derek Carr, calling him a "franchise quarterback".

His performance also sparked an incessant Foles vs. Wentz debate.

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