Philadelphia Eagles rework deal with QB Nick Foles

Check out the documentary covering the Eagles historic season

Check out the documentary covering the Eagles historic season

Nick Foles is going to be a Philadelphia Eagle in 2018, and perhaps longer, as the Eagles have restructured the Super Bowl MVP's contract for this upcoming season.

Foles' new contract includes a $2 million signing bonus and additional money in incentives if he starts in 2018 and hits particular benchmarks, according to various reports.

Foles only had one year left on his previous deal, but the biggest thing to take out of this deal is it looks like Foles won't be traded this offseason. The 45-minute documentary taking viewers through all the ups-and-downs of Philadelphia's legendary season is certainly worth every Eagles fan's time.

Foles was due to become a restricted free agent after this season and there was speculation that he would be part of a trade on draft day, with the Eagles asking for at least a No. 1 pick. Having a legitimate backup quarterback helps solidify the uncertainty surrounding the position. He went 2-0 in regular season games and 3-0 in the playoffs.

Foles led the Eagles to a Super Bowl LII victory after starting quarterback Carson Wentz tore his ACL and LCL in his left knee in December. Foles became the first player in National Football League history to throw a touchdown and catch a touchdown in a Super Bowl.

Meanwhile, the 29-year-old Foles expressed a desire to be starter again in the National Football League someday.

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