Nick Foles from Jacksonville to Chicago is a done deal. “data-reactid =” 13 “> It’s official: The Bears and Jaguars have both announced that quarterback Nick Foles’ trade from Jacksonville to Chicago is a done deal.
The Jaguars are given a compensatory choice from the fourth round in return. It is the 140th overall selection.
31-year-old Foles played just four starts for the Jaguars after signing a four-year $ 88 million contract. He broke his left collarbone in the season opener and underwent surgery.
Foles returned in November, finishing 0-4 as a starter, throwing three touchdowns, two interceptions and scoring 84.6 passers-by.
Mitchell Trubisky, but it shouldn’t surprise anyone if Foles takes over at some point. If nothing else, Foles is insurance. “Data-reactid =” 17 “> He will start his career in Chicago as a backup for Mitchell Trubisky, but it won’t surprise anyone if Foles takes over the starter at some point. Foles is insurance anyway.
Carson Wentz was injured in 2017. Foles led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl title. “data-reactid =” 18 “> Foles has played that role many times in his career, and it obviously paid off when Carson Wentz got injured in 2017. Foles led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl title.