Don't expect the Eagles to trade Nick Foles.

According to a report by USA Today's Mike Garafolo, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid would be interested in being reunited with Foles, assuming the second-year QB becomes available. However, league sources have told's Reuben Frank that the Eagles have no plans to trade Foles, unless they're blown away by an offer.

The Eagles have made quality deals in the past for their quarterbacks. Three times under Reid they traded a QB -- Kevin Kolb, Donovan McNabb and A.J. Feeley -- and each time they acquired a second-round pick. For Kolb, they also received cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, and they also got a fourth-round pick in the McNabb deal.

The Eagles now have four quarterbacks on their roster, having signed Dennis Dixon to a two-year deal on Monday (see story). Dixon joins Foles, Michael Vick and Trent Edwards. Shortly after Vick signed a restructured contract Monday, head coach Chip Kelly said Vick and Foles would compete for the starting job.

"There is an open competition. Michael knows that. Nick knows that," Kelly said. "I wanted to make sure Nick was included in the plans, and I think both of them have outstanding qualities in terms of being quarterbacks in this league. Both of them have started in this league."