Nick Foles, Jaguars Agree Upon Four-Year, $88M Deal

Nick Foles, Jaguars Agree Upon Four-Year, $88M Deal

Nick Foles, Jaguars Agree Upon Four-Year, $88M Deal

The Jacksonville Jaguars were always the favorites to land Nick Foles if he became a free agent, and now that lucrative deal is done, according to Ian Rapoport. The Associated Press reported that the deal includes $50.125 million guaranteed and could be worth up to $102 million with incentives. He spent his first three seasons with Philadelphia before being traded to the Rams in exchange for Sam Bradford. It appeared as though the Jaguars were the only bidder for Foles, who didn't last long on the free agent market after the Eagles announced they did not intend on using the franchise tag on the 30-year-old February 27.

Last season, Foles was 4-1 in five starts for the Eagles completing 72.3% of his passes with seven touchdowns and four interceptions, averaging 282.6 passing yards per game. In place of an injured Carson Wentz, Foles went 6-2 in the regular season the last two years, leading the Eagles to two playoff berths. Foles helped Philadelphia to a 16-15 wild-card victory at Chicago before the Eagles title defense ended with a 20-14 loss at New Orleans in the divisional round.

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Foles, originally drafted by the Eagles in 2012, re-joined the team for a second stint before the 2017 season. "But at the same time, he deserves an opportunity to lead a team".

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