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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Eagles said earlier this week that Carson Wentz will be the starter next season. So Nick Foles’ time with the Eagles is likely coming to an end.

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If he leaves the Birds, he’ll have some extra money in his bank account.

The Eagles are reportedly giving him a $1 million bonus to account for an incentive he missed by four snaps.

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The incentive was for the Eagles to make it into the playoffs and Foles playing 33 percent of the snaps this season.

The Eagles have until Feb. 11 to exercise a team option that will pay him $20 million next season.

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If they don’t exercise the option by March 13, Foles will become a free agent.