Jeremy Maclin says Nick Foles was "sprinkled in" on the first-team offense during Eagles' voluntary workouts.
The Eagles were reportedly approached by at least one team during the draft regarding a Nick Foles trade.
The Philadelphia Daily News projects Nick Foles as the Eagles' Week 1 starting quarterback.
Nick Foles insists that he's a fit for Chip Kelly's offense.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid said the Eagles did not want to trade QB Nick Foles.
The New York Daily News reports the Jets aren't exploring a trade for Eagles QB Nick Foles "at this point."
ESPN's Adam Schefter stated on SportsCenter that the Alex Smith deal "squashes" the notion of a Nick Foles-to-Kansas City trade.
USA Today reports that the Eagles and Chiefs indeed discussed a trade that would send Nick Foles to Kansas City this week.
ESPN's Chris Mortensen stated on NFL 32 Thursday that he believes Nick Foles could be acquired for a third-round pick.
When asked about trading Nick Foles, coach Chip Kelly said, "I want to coach Nick."
A source close to the situation tells the Philadelphia Daily News that the Eagles have "not even discussed" trading Nick Foles, and "want to keep Nick."
The Associated Press reports that the Eagles would want a first- or second-round pick to "even consider" trading Nick Foles.
League sources tell CSN Philly the Eagles have "no plans" to trade Nick Foles unless they're "blown away by an offer."
According to USA Today, the Chiefs are interested in trading for Nick Foles should he become available.