When Nick Foles renegotiated his contract with the Eagles for the 2018 season, Howie Roseman threw in some huge incentives for him. The biggest incentive was a $1 Million bonus for Foles if the Eagles made the playoffs and Foles played in 33% of the team's offensive plays this season.
With Carson Wentz suffering a new injury, Foles was on his way to reaching the bonus during the final game of the regular season. However, Foles suffered a chest injury that knocked him out of the game early, and the Eagles had to turn to Nate Sudfeld. It turned out that Foles came up just four plays short of the 33% threshold Foles needed to cash in on the $1 Million bonus.
Due to rules in place, the Eagles can not give that bonus to Foles since he did not come to the requirement. But Roseman and ownership are saying that they are finding a way to make things right for Foles.
After taking a 6-7 team over and leading them to (at least) the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs, Foles deserves as money extra money that he wants, and it sounds like the Eagles front office will find a way to make things right in the end.