Jason Kelce, Nick Foles and Fletcher Cox in the Eagles Super Bowl win and after.
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PHILADELPHIA – Nick Foles said he never wanted to leave the Eagles, even if that meant switching from the Super Bowl MVP to a replacement role Carson Wentz recovers from two ligament tears in his knee. Therefore, Foles said on Tuesday that he never worried about the trade rumors, even though he wanted to be a quarterback again.

Eagle's Executive Vice President of Football Operations Howie Roseman has not necessarily been able to deny these trade rumors last month.

Foles agreed to restructure its contract last week, giving it a $ 2 million raise and incentives that could take over its contract this season depending on the number of launches, up to $ 14 million, and so on [19659010] "You have to look at the moment and where you are," said Foles. On the other hand, the grass is not always greener Will I lead a team again? Absolutely.

"But I'm trying to run away and get it right now? I'm thankful to be here … I'm not even on the table. I am really thankful that I am in this moment. "

Foles told a radio station in Austin, Texas earlier this month that he wanted to start again, Foles said he could not believe that was going to be a big deal.

" I can not believe I'm actually coming out and had to say that I want to be a prologue again, "Foles said." I've always believed that your actions are louder than words. I should not have come out and said that I should be an appetizer again, because when I say that, there are a lot of people who say they should not be starters. The key is to go to the field and lead your team and show people that, hey, this guy is a good guy in the locker room, he can lead a team, he has done it on the field and he has it showed. I have always had to do that. "

Foles said he did not demand trade, and the contract restructuring was a joint decision because of" the unique situation we are in. "[19659016] Autoplay

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