Report: Jaguars expected to sign QB Foles

The Jacksonville Jaguars “absolutely expect” to sign quarterback Nick Foles when NFL free agency opens on March 13, Les Bowen of philly.com reported Sunday.
No other teams have emerged as serious suitors since the Philadelphia Eagles announced they would not use the franchise tag on the former Super Bowl MVP, according to the report.
Foles, 30, was 6-2 in the regular season and 4-1 in the playoffs over the last two years as a replacement for injured starter Carson Wentz.
Jacksonville is expected to move on from quarterback Blake Bortles, the No. 3 overall pick in 2014. The Jaguars slipped to 5-11 last season after reaching the AFC Championship Game after the 2017 season.
Jacksonville’s new offensive coordinator is John DeFilippo, who was Foles’ quarterbacks coach during the Eagles run to a Super Bowl LII title.
–Field Level Media

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