ESPN’s Bill Polian believes the Eagles should ask for a large return for Foles

Eagles QB Nick Foles had an improbable run to the Super Bowl, which ended with Foles leading Philadelphia to a 41-33 victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl 52.

Now, Foles and the Eagles are in an interesting position. If all goes well with Carson Wentz ‘s recovery (ACL), Foles will go back to his role as Eagles backup QB.

The 29-year-old QB trade value will never be any higher. Foles has one year left on his contract.

In a quarterback-starved league, there is a market for Foles.

If it were up to ESPN NFL analyst Bill Pollan, who built winners in Buffalo and Indianapolis, the Eagles asking price for Foles would be very high.

Pollan said the following on ESPN’s NFL Live:

Foles is good, but he is not Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady or Wentz. Therefore, the Eagles won’t be getting that much in return for Foles!

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