Published July 20, 2018 at. 05:30 | Updated July 20, 2018 at. 05:31
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Tim Hawk | NJ.com
Analysis: Much has changed since Wentz went down with a torn ACL in December of December. His team won the Super Bowl. Backup quarterback Nick Foles was MVP in the game. Wentz may not be in the field for week 1.
The idea of Eagles trading Wentz is still crazy.
Even with all that has happened, it's hard to see the eagles accept an offer to Wentz. Having Foles on roster makes it a small piece of an interesting decision if they are really blown away. In short? Wentz is the most important player on this list.
Trading Value: At least three first rounds
Analysis: The price of Foles is apparently two first rounds. It is likely that it will not happen.
The Eagles would probably consider buying Foles if they were offered a first round picking sometime during the training camp. Picking out to be in the top 15 would likely make them pull the trigger.
Trade value: 1st round picking
Sudfeld's value is interesting to consider because he has value in several ways.
Sudfeld is a valuable member of the quarterback room and has all the tools a team would like in a development competition. He is very close with Wentz. He would be the best backup if Wentz would go down again. He knows the crime as the back of his hand.
Should the eagles move Sudfeld? Yes. But their asking price would be significantly higher than almost any other third stringback in the NFL.
Trading Value: 3rd Round Selection
Analysis: Jeffrey gives much to the crime. He also seems primed for a big second season with the eagles. Jeffery targeted 120 times 2017 and took only 47.5% of the goals. That number will go up next season with a year to play with Wentz under his belt.
Add that Jeffery is on a reasonable contract and the price of Jeffery is probably very high.
Trading Value: 1st round plot plus additional selection