Coach Chip Kelly expects a "real healthy competition" between newly-signed Mark Sanchez and second-year QB Matt Barkley to be Nick Foles' primary backup.
Mark Sanchez (shoulder) said at his introductory press conference Friday said that he'll absolutely be ready for OTAs.
FOX Sports' Mike Garafolo reports Mark Sanchez's one-year deal with the Eagles is worth a "max" of $4 million.
Eagles agreed to terms with QB Mark Sanchez, formerly of the Jets.
Mark Sanchez has reportedly passed his physical and will sign with the Eagles.
Free agent Mark Sanchez is currently in Philadelphia, and will take a physical with the Eagles on Thursday.
TitansInsider reports the Titans have zero interest in free agent Mark Sanchez.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Rams' interest in free agent Mark Sanchez is "tepid at best."
According to the New York Daily News, the Giants have "expressed a level of interest" in free agent Mark Sanchez, but "it's unlikely" that Sanchez would ultimately stay in New York.
In addition to the Eagles, Rams, and Browns, the NY Daily News reports the Titans have "expressed real interest" in free agent Mark Sanchez.
A source tells Profootballtalk.com the Eagles are "definitely interested" in free agent Mark Sanchez, but the team "wants to learn more about his injured shoulder" before signing him.
The New York Daily News is echoing an ESPN report that the Eagles are expected to sign free agent Mark Sanchez.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Giants "should be in the mix" for free agent Mark Sanchez.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports free agent Mark Sanchez plans to sign with the Eagles.