Eagles Reportedly Not Likely to Trade Nick Foles, & More NFC East News

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Eagles Reportedly Not Likely to Trade Nick Foles, & More NFC East News
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Right now, the Philadelphia Eagles are clearly in the business of collecting quarterbacks. Until new head coach Chip Kelly knows who his starter is going to be, it's probably safe to assume that none of the quarterbacks on the roster will be dumped. 

That's why despite the fact that Philly has re-signed Michael Vick and signed Dennis Dixon this week, a report from CSN Philly's Reuben Frank states that the team doesn't plan to trade Nick Foles "unless they're blown away by an offer."

USA Today's Mike Garafolo reported on Thursday that the Kansas City Chiefs are interested in trading for Foles, and that makes sense when you consider that new Chiefs head coach Andy Reid drafted the Arizona quarterback in the third round last April. I guess the question now is whether that will be enough to cause the Chiefs to blow the Eagles away.

Trent Edwards is also on the roster, with one year remaining on the two-year contract he signed last offseason. 

 

On to what else is being talked about in the NFC East...

Dallas Cowboys

From Jon Machota of the Dallas Morning News: New Cowboys defensive line coach Rod Marinelli thinks the 4-3 front will be good for DeMarcus Ware.

From Carlos Mendez of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram: Secondary coach Jerome Henderson says the defensive backfield lost the physical presence they wanted when Barry Church went down for the season.

 

New York Giants

Bleacher Report's Kevin Boilard has Missouri defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson atop the Giants' draft board.

From ESPN.com's Dan Graziano: Should the Giants tag Kenny Phillips?

 

Philadelphia Eagles

From WIP Radio: Prayer will factor into how Michael Vick will try to stay healthy in Chip Kelly's offense.

From PhillyMag.com's Sheil Kapadia: Duce Staley thinks LeSean McCoy can become the "best to play the game."

 

Washington Redskins

From Mike Jones of the Washington Post: Redskins general manager Bruce Allen says the team has no plans to change its name.

From Rich Campbell of the Washington Times: Allen says installing artificial turf at FedEx Field is not an option.

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