The AP's story cites an "NFL source," which is clearly in the Eagles organization and using the media in an attempt to create leverage. Foles' trade value is not a first- or second-round pick, and the Eagles know that. But they intend to feign the impression that it is, and that there's "no way" they'd trade Foles without being offered a top-two-round draft pick. We suspect Foles will be traded for a third- or fourth-rounder closer to April's draft. In the meantime, the Eagles will pretend Foles is part of Chip Kelly's long-term plan.