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There will be no second-guessing of anything the Eagles do for a while. But I would say that, since you have in fact won the Super Bowl, you can take the long view. [Relive the Eagles’ Super Bowl championship season with our limited edition commemorative book] Of course, Roseman certainly doesn’t have to trade Foles. At no point in the spring or summer are you going to hear Foles say, “You know, I’m the guy who won the Super Bowl, so maybe I ought to get a chance to see where I can take this.” He will be gracious and humble, as he was Monday, as he was Sunday night, even as the confetti fluttered about his ears. “We’re gonna enjoy it, we’re gonna get on this plane, go back to Philadelphia, we’re going to celebrate with our fans back in Philly. But these are all matters to address down the road. But he was for a few hours Sunday evening, and will be forever, whenever the highlights are played.Wentz, scheduled to start weight-bearing exercise this week, might not be ready Week 1? “I’m fortunate to be the MVP of this game, but as you’ve seen this year, we’ve had so many different MVPs throughout the course of this season, different guys stepping up. It wasn’t necessarily me, it was everyone around me that did an amazing job,” Foles said Monday. Monday was Nick Foles’ day, and this is Nick Foles’ week, at the very least. Get insights on the Eagles delivered straight to your inbox with Early Birds, beat writer Zach Berman’s newsletter for Eagles fans. With the NFL's television ratings dropping for the second consecutive year, retired quarterback Peyton Manning has found himself at the center of a bidding war between two of the league's broadcast partners who are reportedly willing to pay the two-time Super Bowl champion million annually for him to serve as a game analyst.ESPN and Fox Sports are so eager for Manning to call their respective 'Monday Night Football' and 'Thursday Night Football' broadcasts that they're willing to give the 41-year old a record deal, according to The Sporting News.He added that a new franchisee had already bought the locations and assumed ownership, the Denver Post reported.But Collins also said Manning will remain a 'brand ambassador' with the company as part of a 'long-term agreement.'In January, Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned after criticizing the NFL for not stifling national anthem protests by players in the competition.
Last month, the NFL ended its sponsorship agreement with Papa John's, with Pizza Hut taking over less than a day later.On top of that, he happens to be the second son of former New Orleans Saints quarterback Archie Manning and the older brother of New York Giants signal caller Eli Manning, which could help his appeal in those markets.'Peyton Manning is Tony Romo with a Super Bowl ring,' a source told SN. Previously ESPN's top earner had been Jon Gruden (pictured), who made .5 million for the 2015 season, according to author Jim Miller.Coincidentally, Gruden will reportedly make million a season after returning to coach his former franchise, the Oakland Raiders'We would be foolish not to talk to him,' Druley said.Manning, who is an ambassador for the brand, gave up the franchises just two days before the NFL and Papa John's ended their commercial relationship in February.Peter Collins, a spokesman for the chain, said Manning's stake was part of a six-year deal between Papa John's and the former Colts and Broncos star.