Jacksonville Jaguars bench $ 80M quarterback Nick Foles, raising hassle about his future

Jacksonville Jaguars bench $ 80M quarterback Nick Foles, raising hassle about his future

Jackson Jackson Jaguars signed Nick Foles to a four-year contract, $ 88 million in the season to be the fourth quarter running and are expected to give them a better chance of returning to the play games.

Foles was injured in the first week of the season and from his return to the healthy team he was only seen in two and a half games before he went on Sunday for Gardner Minshew II.

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It was 7 years to run 14 yards and interception before it replaced Minshew. The Jaguars did not win one game where Foles was the first quarter. It is now a cause of concern for the Super Bowl champion for Jacksonville when the team threw him a boat load to bring him from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Jaguars.

Jacksonback Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles seeks a receiver against the Tampa Bay bakers during the first half of NFL's game, Sunday, December 1, 2019, in Jacksonville, Fla. (AP Photo / Stephen B. Morton)

Due to poor play Foles and love the fans for Minshew, the contract can not be moved. $ 45 million is guaranteed money owed to him. He is making $ 5 million this season but his salary will be tripled to $ 15.1 million the next season. By 2022, it will earn $ 20 million.

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Jacksonville took Foles after his Super Bowl as a backup to the Eagles. However, with the exception of two separate titles in Philadelphia, the Foles was an average of four quarters. He helped guide the Eagles to the play games last season and was a Pro Bowler with the team in 2013. But with the Los Angeles Rams and Kansas City Chiefs he was not able to compete well with stay with either team.

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The Jaguars now have an interesting decision to make next season – whether they stick to Minshew or commit to the man who paid you tons of money to guide your team.

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