You can say a lot of things about that still-curious Nick Foles-Sam Bradford trade last spring, but you can’t say either team ripped off the other. Just as Bradford wants out of Philly, Foles isn’t pleased to be a third-string QB, and his making his displeasure known by his absence.
That it’s taken this long for the Rams to make the switch from Nick Foles, who has led St. Louis to league-worst marks in just about every passing metric, is more a testament to the fact that Plan B isn’t very attractive either. But at 4-5, they aren’t out of things yet, so why not put up a Hail Mary and hand things…
The Eagles knew they were taking a risk when they stripped personnel power from GM Howie Roseman and handed it to Chip Kelly, who might be brilliant or crazy. Owner Jeffrey Lurie admitted as much in comments at the owners' meeting yesterday, and said the team could have been content racking up 10-win seasons and early…
The Eagles are close to getting themselves themselves another quarterback, acquiring Sam Bradford from the Rams in exchange for Nick Foles, with unspecified draft picks changing hands, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
That's the word from ESPN's Eagles beat writer Phil Sheridan—formerly of the Inquirer—who says that Philly nixed the trade offered by Cleveland before the start of the season.
Eagles quarterback Nick Foles exited today's game in the first quarter with a collarbone injury after a tackle by Whitney Mercilus; former Jets hostage Mark Sanchez replaced him. Jason Peters, however, didn't immediately know about the switch, so he was in for a shock when he realized Foles didn't throw that sweet,…
Nick Foles got lit up with a blindside block from Washington defensive lineman Chris Baker in the fourth quarter of today's contest between the two teams, sparking a brawl that resulted in two ejections.
The Jacksonville Jaguars shut out the Philadelphia Eagles in the first half of today's game, which made absolutely no sense. But the game shifted after halftime, Darren Sproles and LeSean McCoy sprung a few plays, and, crucially, Eagles quarterback Nick Foles appeared to simply decide to stop sucking.
Hey, have you ever found yourself sitting around and wondering things like, "Which player on the Philadelphia Eagles has the biggest unit?" Well, thanks to Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin, it looks like we have an answer to that question.
(Please note that the Nick Foles account is a fake.)
At first glance, it was a surprise. The NFL wants America to see McCown-Foles over Brady-Flacco? But the league has a good reason for flexing Bears-Eagles to Sunday Night Football for Week 16: the freedom to choose the perfect Week 17 game. (Also, the fact that Bears-Eagles is going to be awesome.)
Jason Campbell and Nick Foles named offensive players of the week: Because football makes no sense anymore. [NFL.com]
Nick Foles, a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, gave an interesting quote to Peter King after a seven-touchdown performance today. One of the day's storylines was that Riley Cooper, one of Foles's receivers—you may recall that he made headlines over the summer for calling someone a "nigger"—finished the day…
Michael Vick was sitting with a hamstring injury he re-aggravated last week, so Nick Foles got his chance as Philadelphia's quarterback of the week. It's safe to say he did an acceptable job, throwing an astounding seven touchdowns (along with 406 yards) in a 49-20 rout of the Raiders.
It's an unexpected defensive showdown in Philadelphia, as the Cowboys lead the Eagles 3-0 at the half. Nick Foles is starting for the injured Michael Vick (and would probably be starting for a healthy Vick too). Though Vick recommended starting Foles in fantasy football this week, he's just 11 of 23 for 80 yards. So…
Head first and everything.
There goes Nick Foles, running through holes bigger than a MRSA sore.