By Jeff Risdon
Nick Foles is the Super Bowl LII most valuable player. The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback shined in the spotlight after being thrust into the lineup when Carson Wentz tore up his knee in early December.
His three-game playoff run is one of the greatest ever, especially considering the one INT was wideout Alshon Jeffery flipping the ball directly to a Patriot defender.
The problem for Foles in Philadelphia is that he’s firmly behind Wentz on the QB depth chart. The Eagles are some $9 million over the projected salary cap and might have trouble justifying such an expensive insurance policy. That means Foles could be available to the highest bidder.
Of course, that means the Browns will be involved in any rumors. Cleveland owns six picks in the first three rounds, including the Eagles’ own pick at the end of the third. Browns GM John Dorsey has ample trade fodder to offer and cap room to pay Foles the going market value for a Super Bowl MVP quarterback.
If Cleveland is interested, Dorsey will need to act swiftly. The Eagles are facing a financial poison pill in...