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BREAKING: Nick Foles and Jaguars agree on terms to 4-years, $88M

Former Eagles quarterback Nick Foles is signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to NFL Insider Ian Rapoport.

According to Mike Garafolo, the 30-year-old quarterback will get $88 million throughout four years ($22 million a year). He’s guaranteed $50 million with a max value of $102 million. Jacksonville made a corresponding move by releasing quarterback Blake Bortles.

Foles reunited with the Eagles in 2017, where he gained duties as the starting quarterback after MVP caliber quarterback Carson Wentz tore his ACL. Foles led Philly to their first Super Bowl victory and ended up winning Super Bowl MVP honors.

He played the first two games of the season in 2018, and then finished the season by playing three more games, including two playoff starts.

Thank you for everything, Nick.

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