Everything changed when the Eagles foolishly restructured the contract of their rapidly regressing, turnover-prone quarterback. He'll be their starter until he inevitably gets injured again - and that's when Dennis Dixon or a second-day rookie will take the reins. It won't be Foles. He does not fit Chip Kelly's offense. It's been obvious that Foles would be shipped out the day Kelly was hired - it was just a matter of when. Restructuring the other signal-caller's contract only will expedite that process because Philadelphia now has the assurance of having a veteran at the helm to start the season. The Eagles have been stating that Foles is not on the trading block, but that's only a half-hearted attempt to gain leverage.