Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Eagles' picks: Round 3/88 - Nick Foles, QB, 6-5, 244, Arizona...With Michael Vick turning 32 in June and in the final guaranteed year of his contract, the Eagles wanted to come out of this draft with a quarterback. They liked both Foles and Wisconsin's Russell Wilson. When Wilson went before their pick, it made the decision easy. - The Sports Xchange
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03/13/17 - QB Nick Foles is returning to the Eagles after agreeing to a two-year deal on Monday. The Chiefs declined Foles' option last week, making him a free agent. Foles, the Eagles' third-round pick in 2012, played three seasons in Philadelphia and one for the Rams before joining the Chiefs in 2016. The deal is worth a reported $11 million with $7 million guaranteed for Foles' reunion with head coach Doug Pederson. Pederson was quarterbacks coach during Foles' first stint in Philadelphia.
11/10/16 - QB Nick Foles (elbow) was a limited participant in the Chiefs practice on Thursday due to a sore right elbow from last Sunday's game against Jacksonville. Foles was also limited in practice on Wednesday.
11/09/16 - QB Nick Foles (elbow) was a limited participant in practice on Wednesday for the Chiefs. Foles came out of last Sunday's game against Jacksonville with a sore elbow.
11/07/16 - QB Nick Foles made his first start for the Chiefs. "The game of football is different every week. Sometimes you light it up. Sometimes you are out there scrapping trying to make plays. It feels good to win in the NFL, no matter what."
Foles went 20-for-33 for 187 yards and a touchdown.
11/02/16 - QB Nick Foles will get the start for injured Alex Smith in Sunday's game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Chiefs coach Andy Reid announced Wednesday that Smith will not play and will be inactive, even though the quarterback does not have a concussion. Foles played well in place of Smith against the Colts, completing 16 of 22 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns. He will be making his first start since Week 13 of last season.
10/30/16 - QB Nick Foles, who had not taken a single snap all season, completed 16 of 22 passes for 223 yards and two touchdowns, leading the Chiefs to a 30-14 victory against the Colts. "Nick did a nice job," coach Andy Reid said. "He had pretty good numbers. Nick has a pretty good feel for the offense. He has been in it before."
08/30/16 - QB Nick Foles will not play Thursday evening in the Chiefs preseason finale against the Packers. Foles played 59 snaps in the previous three games, throwing for 235 yards while completing 68.6 percent of his passes (24 of 35) with no interceptions and an 87.2 passer rating.
08/05/16 - QB Nick Foles officially signed with the Chiefs on Friday and he then joined his new team at practice. After being released last week by the Rams, Foles elected to accept a one-year contract offer from the Chiefs, rejoining his coach from his rookie year in Philadelphia, Andy Reid.
Published reports said the deal is for $1.7 million in the 2016 season with incentives available. There is a club option for 2017, based on incentives achieved in the coming season. Foles, 27, will be the backup to starter Alex Smith. At Friday morning's practice, Foles was throwing passes during individual drills.
07/31/16 - QB Nick Foles was released by the Rams on the eve of training camp, clearing by one the competition for rookie Jared Goff in his quest to win the starting job. Goff is in a three-way battle for the spot, along with current starter Case Keenum and second-year QB Sean Mannion. But for all intents and purposes, it will be a Keenum/Goff faceoff. As for Foles, so ends a whirlwind 16 months in which he was involved in a blockbuster trade for Sam Bradford, declared the Rams quarterback of the future and signed to a two-year extension only to lose his job to Keenum after 12 games then ultimately land on the unemployment line.
Foles formally requested the release, and with the Rams unable to find a suitable trade partner they obliged. "We have been in contact with Nick and his representation throughout the offseason and we feel that this is the best decision for all parties involved," head coach Jeff Fisher said in a statement released by the team. "We appreciate the contributions that Nick has made to our organization in his time as a Ram and wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors."
07/27/16 - QB Nick Foles is released a day before veterans are due to report to training camp, the Rams announced Wednesday.
Foles, 27, had requested his release, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. The Rams reportedly tried to trade Foles but were unsuccessful.
Foles, who had skipped the Rams' offseason workouts, was not pleased when the team traded up for the No. 1 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft and selected quarterback Jared Goff.
Foles will now become an unrestricted free agent. He was acquired last offseason in the trade that sent Sam Bradford to the Philadelphia Eagles. After the trade, Foles signed a two-year, $24.5 million extension that included nearly $13.8 million in guarantees.
Foles started the first nine games with the Rams last season but was benched for Case Keenum after throwing only seven touchdowns with six interceptions and five fumbles during a 4-5 start. Foles started all 11 games he appeared in during his lone season with the Rams, throwing for 2,052 yards and seven touchdowns with 10 interceptions, while completing 56.4 percent of his passes.