I'd be willing to throw a 3 year/$30 million fully guaranteed offer to Taysom Hill. Maybe he's just a backup who can be tossed in situationally, but maybe he is a bonafide viable starter. Whatever our QB situation may be, I would have zero problem letting him compete to start. In recent years, I think the Eagles provided teams needing a QB a model. Think back to when they drafted Wentz. On their roster, they were paying him, Sam Bradford, and Chase Daniel pretty hefty salaries. Basically, their butts were covered for anything that could have happened. Let's just say Wentz turned out to be a developmental project. At the time, Sam Bradford was a viable starter in the league. If his body gave out, they had Chase Daniel who was a system guy for the system Pederson ran. Ultimately, this yielded the optimum result when they traded Bradford to Minnesota for a first round pick. This was probably more of a matter of luck than anything. Imagine if we brought Fitzmagic, Rosen, Hill, and let's just say Tua into camp. If Tua beats everyone out, that is a fantastic problem to have. If that were the case, I would slow roll the process and trade Rosen for whatever we can get. I would hold onto Fitzmagic even if he wasn't dressing on game days. Inevitably, some team's starting QB will be injured, and Fitzmagic would be the exact guy that they are looking for - a smart vet that can learn a system quickly. Just look at the Steelers. If they had Fitzmagic, they would probably be in the playoffs. If Hill looks the best, I have zero problem starting him for the foreseeable future. As long as he looks the best, I really don't see a problem with it. To me, this would be another high quality problem, and I would handle it similar to the previous scenario. If Fitzmagic looks the best, I honestly wouldn't have a problem with him playing out his contract as a starter or until we are eliminated from contention. If Tua is not healthy to start the season, we could keep the remaining three while trying to trade Rosen. Finally, if things mentally click for Rosen, and he looks the best, start him. Again, I would chalk this up to a high quality problem to have. In this case, Fitzmagic would either get cut or traded (depending if there is an offer at the end of the preseason), or we could temporarily keep 4 QBs until an offer is made. To me, signing Hill just makes a lot of sense. We have the money, and it feels like a mutually good deal.