Nick Foles remains with the Philadelphia Eagles on a restructured contract, but his long-term future with the team is in question.
"I would love the opportunity to lead a team," Foles told Fox Sport's First Things First morning show. "Now, let me also say this, I'm not just going to go to a team and say, 'Hey, I want to lead this team,' and not see where they are. It's about an environment. ... So if that does come to be, I want to find the right [place], be with the right team, a team like the Philadelphia Eagles organization. They do it the right way. It's an amazing locker room with amazing leaders and coaches. I've been blessed to be a part of it. That's why I'm not running away.
"They had me under contract this year. Everyone wanted to know where I was going to be. I'm grateful to be a part of it. They restructured my deal. They wanted me there. I wanted to be there this year. We'll see what happens after the season, but I'm excited about this 2018 Eagles season. I get to wear that jersey at least one more year, and I'm super excited about wearing it one more year."
Foles has only started seven games over the past two seasons, but led the Eagles to a Super Bowl victory in February.
The quarterback's restructured deal includes a mutual option for 2019.