The Eagles brass is putting the finishing touches of scouting potential draft picks at the annual NFL scouting combine, but there are other pressing questions that need answers this offseason.

Quarterback Nick Foles is a hot topic of conversation, should the Eagles keep him or trade him? According to Geoff Mosher of FanRag Sports, the Eagles received an offer of a second-round pick, in exchange for the Super Bowl MVP.

An AFC team has already offered a second-round pick for Foles, according to a source with direct knowledge of the situation. The offer was proposed earlier this offseason, per the source.

 

However, it seems that a second-round pick won't be enough to obtain his services, per ESPN's Chris Mortensen.

Foles, 29, is under contract with Philadelphia through this upcoming season, at a cost of $7 million in salary and bonuses for 2018.

Eagles coach Doug Pederson said on Wednesday at the NFL Scouting Combine that "You gotta have that conversation."

The six-year pro, returned to Philadelphia in 2017 after a tenure with St. Louis and Kansas City, He returned to Philadelphia helping solidify the Eagles’ quarterback position, giving them a veteran presence behind Carson Wentz.

Foles started three regular season games for the Eagles in 2017, throwing for 537 yards, five touchdowns and two interceptions.