Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman says the team is hopeful they'll sign Jalen Hurts to a contract extension "relatively soon."

Hurts, whom Roseman described as a "franchise quarterback" during his session with reporters, is entering the final year of his rookie deal and is scheduled to make just over $4 million in 2023.

The quarterback market could get reset further this offseason with Joe Burrow, Justin Herbert and Lamar Jackson all eligible for new deals, though Roseman said they aren't letting those factors dictate their timing when it comes to getting something done with Hurts.

"I think you have to navigate the offseason understanding we're not going to lose our franchise quarterback with one year left on his deal," Roseman said.

"So whatever that means, it's going to mean 2024 is going to look different, we're not going to have a quarterback under a rookie deal. Not that we're talking about tags or anything like that, that's not our goal there, but we're going into it with our eyes open and understanding that we've got to kind of flip it (to have some younger, less expensive players on the roster)."