Nick Foles, Rams expected to part ways

Nick Foles went to the St. Louis Rams last summer in a surprising trade with the Philadelphia Eagles that sent their former top pick Sam Bradford to the East Coast. Now it looks like one season is all he will be spending with the Rams, who just made the move back to Los Angeles.

Foles’ $6 million bonus and $1.75 million salary is already guaranteed for the 2016 season, but that doesn’t mean the Rams are willing to keep him around, let alone make him their starter. There are reports that he has been tagged as the “odd man out” compared to Case Keenum, Sean Mannion, and whoever they end up drafting.

One source is even saying that Foles could be gone before training camp begins in August. This could be a huge thing for teams that are looking to bring in a quarterback as Foles has proven himself as a starting quarterback, but just isn’t the answer for the Rams.

During the 2015 season, Nick Foles played in and started 11 games for the Rams, throwing for 2,052 yards, seven touchdowns, and 10 interceptions. He missed the last five games due to problems with concussions.

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