​Besides the Kirk Cousins sweepstakes, the most talked about quarterback story this offseason is the status of Super Bowl LII MVP Nick Foles in Philadelphia.

With starter Carson Wentz set to comeback, there are ongoing talks about whether Foles will remain with the Eagles next season. With that, the rumors begin making their waves, as a team could potentially entice ​Philadelphia to trade away Foles. That is all dependent on the right price.

There's a rumor out there that a team offered the Eagles their second round draft pick for Foles. The rumored team that made said offer were the Bills. 

When looking at the Bills draft scenario, they own two second-round draft picks, thanks to their trade last year with the Los Angeles Rams for wide receiver Sammy Watkins. 

Buffalo's quarterback situation is intriguing, as the Bills remain adamant that ​Tyrod Taylor will not be cut, but appeared noncommittal on his role as a starter. Expect a final decision to be made before March 16, as Taylor is owed $6 million on that date. 

Rookie Nathan Peterman had a less than ideal debut last season, as he threw five interceptions in the first half of his first career start against the Los Angeles Chargers. Despite making their first playoff appearance since 1999, poor quarterback play against the Jacksonville Jaguars led to their Wild Card Round elimination.

However, if the Bills can hypothetically land Foles, Taylor's time in Buffalo will likely come to an end.

Again, this is all speculation, as there has been no confirmation that the Bills are the mystery team to offer their second-rounder for the Super Bowl MVP. Buckle your seat belts, folks, the Foles Trade Tour will be making its rounds throughout the offseason.