Nick Foles has quarterbacked the Eagles through two straight playoff runs, racking up improbable victories and a historic Super Bowl title along the way, but with Carson Wentz entrenched as the team’s long-term No. 1, it’s a good bet Foles will be starting elsewhere in 2019.

Before the 2018 season, Foles and the Eagles agreed on a revised contract that includes a mutual option for 2019.

The team can use it to keep him under contract for $20 million, whereas Foles can opt out of it by refunding a previous $2 million bonus if he wishes to hit free agency.

In other words, with Wentz sticking around for the long term, Foles won’t be back, at least at his projected salary. And the way both sides are talking, it sounds like Foles and the Eagles are OK with a mutual parting of ways.

Where, exactly, could the Super Bowl LII MVP end up, however?

With just this year’s Super Bowl standing in the way of the 2019 offseason, we’ve ranked the most likely landing spots: