Eagles' Nick Foles: Eagles exercise 2019 option
Foles now has five days to accept the option or decline and pay back $2 million from his 2018 bonus to become a free agent. Things get a bit messier should the veteran quarterback pick up his side of the option, as the Eagles' dire cap situation makes it difficult to carry such a high cap figure heading into the 2019 season, as they would attempt to work out a trade. Regardless, Foles will assuredly be sought after given his performance in Philadelphia the past two seasons.
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