Geoff Mosher of FanragSports, citing a source with direct knowledge of the situation, reports that an AFC team offered the Eagles a second-round pick for QB Nick Foles earlier this offseason. Mosher doesn’t say who this team is but mentions that the Browns, Bills, Jets and Dolphins. It’s worth mentioning that the Browns, Bills and Jets all have multiple second-round picks this year. Earlier in the day, Peter King of reported the Eagles have at least one respectable trade offer for Foles. However, King believes it would likely require at least a similar package to the first- and fourth-round picks the Eagles got for QB Sam Bradford a few years ago to move on from Foles. King admits Philadelphia is unlikely to get this kind of return for Foles. Last month, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported that teams around the league are expected to show trade interest in Foles this offseason and there’s a chance some teams will view him as a starter and pursue a potential deal.