Nick Foles may just be the biggest potential catalyst to this offseason's free agency and then draft. and Jazz Sports recently released betting odds on his future. Foles' playoff magic from 2018 may have worn off as he threw four interceptions in two games in this year's playoffs but his regular season numbers proved he can be a starting quarterback in the NFL.
Foles set career-highs by completing 72.3 percent of his passes and he was 5-2 as a starter, including the playoffs, rallying the Eagles from a 6-7 record to a spot in the Divisional Round.
Will teams be after a 30-year old signal-caller who was good enough to win a Super Bowl and bad enough to consider retirement, all within the same year?