Nick Foles

#7 QB / Jacksonville Jaguars / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 243 lb Age: 30 College: Arizona Bye 10

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    Jaguars' Nick Foles: Rejoins teammates

    Nick Foles rejoined the Jacksonville Jaguars on Thursday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.Foles missed a couple days of practice due to an unfortunate family situation. He's now back with the Jaguars for OTAs.

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    Jaguars' Nick Foles: Absent for personal reasons

    Nick Foles did not participate in practice Tuesday due to personal reasons and has no timetable for a return, Phillip Heilman of The Florida Times-Union reports.It's unclear what has led to Foles being excused from OTAs. Without Foles, the Jacksonville Jaguars have the opportunity to get more looks at rookie Gardner Minshew at quarterback along with Tanner Lee and Alex McGough, who signed contracts near the end of last season.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Inking four-year deal with Jaguars

    Nick Foles is signing a four-year, $88 million deal with the Jaguars, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.The Foles to the Jaguars connection has been rumored since early in the offseason, but now it appears a deal will be made official once the new league year begins. The money and duration of the contract suggests that the Jaguars view Foles as a long-term solution, which should end speculation of the team using an early draft pick on quarterback. Foles completed 72 percent of his passes with seven touchdowns and four interceptions over five games with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Likely headed to Jacksonville

    Nick Foles is expected to sign with Jacksonville when the new league year opens next week, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports.Among quarterback-needy teams, Jacksonville is one of the few that seems to prefer a veteran over a rookie. Denver is the other team that stands out, but Foles isn't a fit now that the Broncos have an agreement in place to acquire Joe Flacco. It's expected the Jaguars will release fellow quarterback Blake Bortles, despite owing him $6.5 million in guaranteed 2019 base salary even if he isn't on the roster. Jacksonville isn't a good spot for Foles to establish fantasy value, as the team lacks a dominant pass catcher and presumably hopes to win games on the basis of its talented defense and rushing attack.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Won't be tagged

    The Philadelphia Eagles won't use their franchise tag on Nick Foles this offseason, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.The decision officially sets Foles free and will allow him to hit unrestricted free agency in March. There's no question there will be a strong market for the former Super Bowl MVP, who should at least get the opportunity to compete for a starting role wherever he lands.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Declines 2019 option

    Nick Foles declined his $20 million mutual option for 2019 on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.The Philadelphia Eagles exercised their side of the option earlier Tuesday night and Foles wasted little time issuing his decision to pay the $2 million buyout. Philadelphia now has until March 5 to place the franchise tag on Foles -- which is expected to be about $25 million for quarterbacks in 2019 -- or he will hit free agency. The team would do so in an attempt to trade the veteran quarterback, looking to receive a more immediate return than the compensatory draft pick it could be given should he depart via free agency.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Eagles exercise 2019 option

    The Philadelphia Eagles picked up Nick Foles' $20 million mutual option for 2019 on Tuesday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.Foles now has five days to accept the option or decline and pay back $2 million from his 2018 bonus to become a free agent. Things get a bit messier should the veteran quarterback pick up his side of the option, as the Eagles' dire cap situation makes it difficult to carry such a high cap figure heading into the 2019 season, as they would attempt to work out a trade. Regardless, Foles will assuredly be sought after given his performance in Philadelphia the past two seasons.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Option likely to be picked up

    The Philadelphia Eagles are expected to pick up Nick Foles' $20.6 million option for 2019, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.This move was expected, and whenever it officially happens, Foles will then have five days in order to accept the option or to decline and pay back $2 million to become an unrestricted free agent. There's a litany of different scenarios that could follow after that point, including the Eagles working with Foles to potentially engineer a trade should the 29-year-old accept the option -- regardless, Foles is expected to be a hot commodity in the offseason with a number of quarterback-needy teams evidently interested.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Cools off after hot start

    Nick Foles completed 18 of 30 passes for 201 yards with a touchdown and two interceptions during the Philadelphia Eagles' 20-14 divisional-round playoff loss to the Saints on Sunday. He also netted zero yards on two rushes but scored a one-yard touchdown.Foles and the Eagles looked like they were getting ready to cook up another serving of postseason magic early on, as they took a surprising 14-0 first-quarter lead. Foles first found Jordan Matthews on a perfect 37-yard pass downfield to open the scoring, and he then added his own one-yard touchdown dive later in the period to cap off a 10-play, 75-yard march. However, that would be it in terms of any appreciable success for the veteran signal caller and Philadelphia itself, as the Saints defense shut them out the remainder of the contest. New Orleans finally clinched victory with 1:52 remaining on Marshon Lattimore's second interception of the evening, although it came on a pass that deflected off Alshon Jeffery's hands. Foles now heads into the offseason with an uncertain NFL future, as he'd be on the books for an untenable $20.6 million in 2019 per Spotrac. He'll only be 30 years old at the beginning of next season, so he'll presumably be attractive as a possible trade asset if his contract can somehow be made more palatable.

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    Eagles' Nick Foles: Retains starting role

    Coach Doug Pederson confirmed Monday that Nick Foles would remain the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback for the team's matchup with the Saints this weekend in the NFC divisional round, Zach Berman of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.The decision was an obvious one with Foles having guided the Eagles to four straight victories -- including a road upset of the Bears in the wild-card round Sunday -- while Carson Wentz has been recovering from a back fracture. Pederson noted that Wentz is "still getting healthy," but the 2016 first-round pick won't be available even in a backup capacity versus New Orleans, leaving Nate Sudfeld to work as Foles' understudy. It's generally expected that Wentz will remain sidelined for the duration of the Eagles' postseason run, but the team has thus far resisted moving him to injured reserve.