NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports there will be a "active and real trade market" for Nick Foles.

As Rapoport notes, the Eagles have some options with the popular quarterback.  They can pick up his $20 million option this offseason, which in turn he could pay the Eagles $2 million to become a free agent.

The team could also franchise him at a $25 million price tag and then try to trade him.

"Either way, the Eagles are going to have an active and real trade market for Nick Foles," Rapoport said on the NFL Network, citing several general managers in the league and what they believe.

Reigning Super Bowl MVP will start today at Chicago in what could be his final game as an Eagle.