Multiple teams are interested in Los Angeles Rams QB Nick Foles


ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that “several” teams have interest in Rams QB Nick Foles,

With the Los Angeles Rams trading up to the 1st pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, there is no doubt the Rams will select a quarterback which means that Nick Foles will either be riding the bench or could be traded in the next couple of days. ESPN’s Adam Schefter believes this could be something to watch in the coming days.

With the Rams only having five picks in the upcoming draft, Peter King adds that the Rams could get a 2016 draft pick for Foles. A lot of pressure will be on the Rams draft selections, so adding a couple of picks thanks to Foles could ease the pressure. Peter King also added that the Broncos will not be interested in Foles. Lawrence Pereira of the Ramblin Fan staff, talked about why the Rams must trade Nick Foles a couple of weeks ago as well.

"Given Foles’ performance last year, the Rams are certainly not going to get back into the first round and maybe not even the second by trading him away. In my opinion, getting a late round pick plus another towards the end of the second round or the top end of the third would be well worth it. Nick Foles will very soon be surplus to the Rams’ requirements. While his brief time with the Rams was certainly forgettable his 2013 season was anything but, and there may be others out there who may feel they can get more out of Foles than the Rams did. But that comes with a price."

Los Angeles still need help in the offense, and with some more draft picks, they can surely get some more help. A few weeks ago, Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk spoke with a source with knowledge of the dynamics who predicted that Foles will likely will be gone by the start of training camp. Maybe even if the Rams don’t trade Foles in the upcoming days, they might even take the lowest of the low to just get rid of him. Sorry buddy.

Los Angeles looks to draft with the No. 1 overall pick on QB Jared Goff which he will join a team of Case Keenum, Nick Foles and Sean Mannion. Too many quarterbacks on the roster, somebody has to go. Many assumed that Foles’ contract would leave him as a less appealing trade option, even though there are a few teams in need of a quarterback. However, Jason Fitzgerald points out that it would only cost a team $1.75 million to trade for Foles.

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Remember when the Rams traded away Sam Bradford to Philadelphia, and return got Nick Foles and both teams looked to have solved their quarterback problem? With the Rams at number 1 and the Eagles at number 2, you can say that trade was just stupid now.

In 2015, Foles completed 56.4 percent of his passes for 2,052 yards, seven touchdowns and 10 interceptions. Pro Football Focus has him rated as the No. 36 quarterback out of 37 qualifying players. Sorry Foles, the Los Angeles spotlight just does not fit you well.

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