Cologne – Quarterback Nick Foles changes in the American-Football-professional League NFL, according to ESPN, the Chicago Bears. The Super Bowl winner of 2018 is leaving after just one season with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The contract of the 31-Year-old in Florida, ran for three years, Jacksonville receives from the Bears with a fourth-round Pick for the upcoming Draft.
The Jaguars already have twelve Picks for this year’s talent distribution.
Foles led the Philadelphia Eagles in 2018 as a replacement of Carson Wentz for the title, will be competing in Chicago with Starter Mitchell Trubisky. In the last season, Foles rode only four games for Jacksonville, eight matches he missed due to a collarbone injury.
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