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Damian Lillard scores 36, POR gets No. Eagles coach Doug Pederson believes it’s “safe to say” the team is keeping Nick Foles for 2018. With Carson Wentz rehabbing a torn ACL, the Eagles set a high price for Foles. It appears no one came close to matching it. In some ways it’s a waste — Foles will never have more trade value — but it ultimately makes sense.

Teams are not going to overpay for 3-4 starts, while the Eagles have incentive to keep Foles as Wentz insurance. Eagles coach Doug Pederson said the team hasn’t fielded any serious offers for Nick Foles. It had to be the right deal for us to do that,” said Pederson during an appearance on NFL Network. But there wasn’t anything coming down our way for Nick. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen previously reported that the Eagles were seeking greater compensation for Foles than they did for Sam Bradford when he was traded for first and fourth-rounders in 2016. Unless they’re a blown away by an offer, it appears the Eagles will stand pat with Foles as the No. ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports the Eagles are seeking more than the first- and fourth-round picks they received for Sam Bradford in Nick Foles trade talks.

That’s apparently been the Eagles’ “basic answer” in talks. Per Mort, the Eagles are fielding inquiries, but have not “solicited” any. With Carson Wentz recovering from a torn ACL, the Eagles have incentive to be patient with their Super Bowl-winning backup, though his value should be at an all-time high before the draft before steadily declining thereafter. Getting a first-round pick probably isn’t the most likely outcome.