Mark Sanchez will not play in the Eagles' fourth preseason game against the Jets.

"I think we feel comfortable in what Mark Sanchez has done in the first three games," admitted Eagles heach coach Chip Kelly.  "So both Nick and Mark will be out in that game."

But the real question is, will he be wearing an Eagles uniform in two weeks when the Eagles host the Jacksonville Jaguars.  Sanchez has completed 25-of-31 passes for 281 yards, two touchdowns, and an interception this preseason making him a hot name for teams in need of a quarterback before the start of the season and some around NFL circles have floated the idea of St. Louis trading for Sanchez after losing Sam Bradford to a re-torn ACL

ESPN NFL reporter Sal Paolantonio joined the Sports Bash on Friday for his regular spot and said he wouldn't be surprised if the Eagles ended up moving Sanchez to add to another position.

"I believe if given the opportunity they want to upgrade their team by trading Mark Sanchez," Paolantonio said on trading Sanchez.  "I just don't believe there is a landing spot for Sanchez, the only spot left is maybe Buffalo. EJ Manuel has been so bad."

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That was before Bradford went down on this weekend.

After the Eagles second preseason game against the Patriots, Eagles coach Chip Kelly hinted that he would be open to at least listening to offers for Sanchez.  Last Sunday, Kelly was asked what would happen if another team showed interest in the ex-Jet.

"What are you giving me?" Kelly replied.

ESPN's Adam Caplan reports the Eagles would need "something very strong" to consider trading Mark Sanchez.

A person with knowledge of the situation tells USA Today there's "no chance" Mark Sanchez would want to reunite with OC Brian Schottenheimer in St. Louis.  Sanchez is content to spend one year as a backup. He can enter free agency next March, and will likely pursue a chance to start someplace.