Posted on July 20, 2018 at 05:30 | Updated on July 20, 2018 at 05:31
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Tim Hawk | NJ.com
Analysis: Much has changed since Wentz was torn last December with a cruciate ligament rupture. His team won the Super Bowl. Backup quarterback Nick Foles was MVP of the game. Wentz may not be in the field for the first week.
The idea that the Eagles Wentz are acting is still crazy.
Even with everything that's happened, it's hard to see that the Eagles accept an offer for Wentz. With Foles on the list, it makes a little bit of an interesting decision if they were really blown away. In short? Wentz remains the most important player on this roster.
Trade value: At least three tips for the first round
Analysis: The price tag on Foles is apparently two first-round picks. That probably does not happen.
The Eagles would probably consider acting Foles if they were offered a first-round pick at some point during the training camp. This pick, projected into the top 15, would likely cause them to pull the trigger.
Trade value: 1st choice
Analysis: Südfeld's value is interesting to consider because it is valuable in several respects.
Sudfeld is a valuable member of the quarterback space and has all the tools a team would like to have in a quarterback developer. He is very close to Wentz. He would be the top backup if Wentz went down again. He knows the offense like the back of his hand.
Would the eagles move southfield? Yes. But their asking price would be considerably higher than any other third-tier quarterback in the NFL.
Trade value: 3rd round of voting
Analysis: Jeffrey brings a lot to the offensive. He also seems to be ready for a big second season with the Eagles. Jeffery was targeted 120 times in 2017 and caught only 47.5% of those goals. This number should rise in the next season after spending a year with Wentz.
Add that Jeffery has a reasonable contract and the price for Jeffery is probably very high.
Sale value: first-round hoe plus additional hoe