The Philadelphia Eagles made one of their most impactful moves of the offseason in signing free agent quarterback Nick Foles to a five-year contract worth more than $130 million, as he’ll now slide in as Carson Wentz’s backup in 2018. While the move does give the Eagles some insurance in case the reigning Super Bowl MVP can’t fully return from his torn ACL, it also creates one of the biggest quarterback competitions in the NFC East.

Jalen Hurts’ job security just took a hit. The Eagles traded The Texas Tech QB to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday in exchange for a 2019 third round pick. Hurts had an up and down season in 2018 where he threw 25 touchdown passes and 19 interceptions, but he also had a habit of getting hurt. Hurts missed two games in the middle of the season with a strained right oblique, and missed a third game with a right hand injury. The Eagles are also giving up a lot to get Hurts.

By trading Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts in March, the Philadelphia Eagles have effectively given the keys to the franchise to Jalen Harts. More or less. The sophomore quarterback has intriguing potential, but he did not reach -type status in Philadelphia. And while Harts remains the big favorite to start the season with the Eagles, his job security has suffered as a result of the team’s latest contract.

Jalen Hurts needs to prove his place at the top of thedepth chart.

word-image-8602 word-image-8603 Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts looks up as he leaves the field during the game against the Arizona Cardinals. | Christian Petersen/Getty Images Like the Green Bay Packers, the Eagles made a splash in the 2020 NFL Draft by selecting a quarterback in the first round. While Wentz has a $128 million contract extension in the offing, Philadelphia has made an offer for a signal-caller with a very different size and skill set than the 6-foot-1, 237-pound former North Dakota State star. The Eagles selected Harts with the 53rd pick. An unexpected choice given their costly investment in Wentz’s future. The 6-foot-4, 223-pound quarterback has shined at two of the biggest programs in college football. Despite being named SEC Offensive Player of the Year at Alabama and a finalist for the Heisman Trophy at Oklahoma, Harts still made it to the second round. His unconventional physique, decisions in the pocket and inconsistencies as a passer have caused some teams to doubt his pro potential. Apparently, the Eagles felt that Hart’s running ability (he scored 3,274 yards and 43 touchdowns in college) and his athleticism made him too good to pass up. Harts got a chance to showcase his skills earlier than expected. After catching 52 percent of his passes for 1,061 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions in 15 games (four starts) as a rookie, the Houston-born player enters his second NFL season with a less than stellar resume. Harts gained 354 yards in limited action, but will still need to improve significantly as a passer to solidify his status as Wentz’s long-term successor.

The second-year pro safety was just hit by Philadelphia’s latestsigning.

Earlier in the season, the Eagles signed 36-year-old Joe Flacco as a veteran for Harts. However, the Baltimore Ravens’ longtime quarterback does not appear to be a serious threat to take the place of his young teammate. At this point in his career, Flacco seems destined to play a mentor role in Philadelphia. However, the team got a quarterback on Monday who could potentially start his career in Hurts’ place. The Eagles have officially announced that they have agreed to a one-year contract with Nick Mullens. He appeared in 19 games for the San Francisco 49ers during the 2018-20 season after being undrafted out of Southern Mississippi in 2017. Mullens has completed 64.2 percent of his passes for 2,277 yards, 13 touchdowns and 10 interceptions in eight starts in 2018. Last season he had a similar performance (64.7/2,437/12/12) and was 2-6 as a starter. While Mullens’ 5-11 record isn’t the best, he shouldn’t be completely dismissed as a starting option. He showed good accuracy by playing in Kyle Shanahan’s scheme. At times, he seemed better able to run his system than the oft-injured Jimmy Garoppolo. Don’t forget that Mullens has often had to play in poor conditions because San Francisco’s offense has had so many injuries in recent years. After elbow surgery, the former 49ers player is highly motivated to prove himself in Philadelphia. Mullens came to the Eagles on a one-year contract, so he will have to do everything he can to increase his value in the future. If he performs well this summer and Harts struggles, the team could switch to the veteran. And even if Harts starts the year as the starter, Mullens should be considered a legitimate option if the second-year quarterback doesn’t live up to expectations.

Should the Eagles hit the quarterback reset button after the season?

#Eagles QB thoughts: A restart in 2022 is possible. But it’s not hard to imagine Jalen Hurts’ success: – A full season as a QB1 – Healthier OL – Fresh offensive staff – New first WR. In this case, it’s more likely PHI will use its 22 picks to take advantage of the 23-year-old rookie QB. – Cody Benjamin (@CodyJBenjamin) May 3, 2021 Philadelphia clearly has a tough situation at quarterback. Harts has prospects, but he might as well lose his job. And while Mullens earned Shanahan’s trust in San Francisco, he didn’t exactly shine on the field and will have to prove himself to the new coaching staff. Meanwhile, Flacco’s days as a regular starter have been over for a few years. Obviously, the Eagles have high hopes for Harts, but it doesn’t seem impossible that the team will hit the reset button and start over next season. If she is not making significant progress, there is no point in continuing the experiment. Instead, the Eagles should use their arsenal of 2,022 draft picks (they have several options in rounds 1 and 2) to snare a true franchise quarterback. Of course, the Eagles tried that in 2016. And if they have to go down that road again, let’s hope history doesn’t repeat itself. Because if it had worked for Wentz, they wouldn’t be in this situation. Like Sportscasting on Facebook. Follow us on Twitter @sportscasting19 . COMPARED TO: Eagles offensive guard Andre Dillard () made a life-changing decision that could save him from becoming an NFL Draft underdog ().

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