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Just as we all predicted prior to the 2017 NFL season, the Philadelphia Eagles are Super Bowl champions after quarterback Nick Foles put together an MVP performance to cap an unforgettable playoff run.

Wait, you guys didn’t see that coming?

OK, it’s possible I didn’t either. Nor did the Eagles, who signed Foles to a two-year, $11 million contract in March, hoping only that he’d serve as an insurance policy for franchise quarterback Carson Wentz.

After a disappointing 2015 season in St. Louis and a year as a backup in Kansas City, the 29-year-old, who considered retiring in 2016, took over when Wentz suffered a torn ACL in December. And because Wentz was viewed as a top MVP candidate when that happened, it felt as though Philadelphia’s season was over.

Guess not.

The 2012 third-round pick looked rusty in relief of Wentz late in the regular season, but he was on fire throughout the playoffs, posting a combined 115.9 passer rating in upset victories over the Atlanta Falcons, Minnesota Vikings and New England Patriots.

The Super Bowl MVP—the man with the highest playoff passer rating in NFL history among quarterbacks with at least 125 attempts—is slated to earn only $7 million as a backup quarterback in 2018.

That can’t happen, can it? You’d have to think that one of the league’s many quarterback-thirsty teams would be willing to make Philadelphia an offer it can’t refuse, especially considering that the Eagles would probably face losing Foles for no return when his contract expires in March 2019.

The way I see, there are four potential avenues for Foles in the year ahead. Let’s break them down.

1. Foles is traded this offseason

These days, there’s so much pressure on teams to find a quarterback who can win them a Super Bowl that it has to be tempting to go after a quarterback who just won one.

What if Foles is the real deal? It’s not as though he came out of nowhere—he made a Pro Bowl after posting the third-highest qualified single-season passer rating in NFL history in 2013—and now the sixth-year signal-caller can be had for just $7 million in 2018.

That’s if you’re able to dangle enough in front of Eagles general manager Howie Roseman.

If you’re an Arizona Cardinals team looking to avoid a rebuild following Carson Palmer’s retirement, are you willing to part with the No. 15 overall pick? What about Tyrann Mathieu, Patrick Peterson, Chandler Jones or Budda Baker?

If you’re a Cleveland Browns team trying to finally stop the bleeding under center, are you willing to trade away any of the four picks you have in the top 35? What about Joe Thomas, Jabrill Peppers or Jamie Collins?

If you’re a New York Jets team tired of swinging and missing with quarterbacks in the draft, would you be better off sacrificing the No. 6 overall pick? Maybe your second-rounder? What about Darron Lee or Marcus Maye?

If you’re a Denver Broncos team looking to upgrade on Paxton Lynch and Trevor Siemian, what would your thoughts be on dealing away your early first- or second-round pick? What about Derek Wolfe, Brandon Marshall, Aqib Talib or Bradley Roby?

And if you’re the Eagles, can you justify turning down an offer involving any of those assets, knowing that Foles isn’t supposed to play in 2018 and will likely be gone in 2019?

NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported Sunday that the front office “would consider” trading Foles “for the right price,” noting, too, that the Eagles haven’t shied away from making trades in recent years.

There’s a good chance offers are made. The question is how much teams are willing to part with in exchange for a quarterback who hasn’t done much outside of two magnificent stretches.

Ultimately, don’t be surprised if Foles winds up starting in 2018 for the Cardinals, Browns, Jets, Broncos or Bills.

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2. Foles is retained until Wentz is ready, then he’s put on the trade market

The Eagles haven’t issued a timetable for Wentz’s recovery, but with an ACL tear (not to mention an LCL tear as well), you’re typically looking at a minimum of nine months. There have been exceptions, but it’s far too early for anyone to know if Wentz will be one of those.

“I feel very confident, I truly believe, my goal is to be ready for Week 1,” Wentz told the media last week, according to Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News. “I’m going to push and do everything I can to be ready, and I’m confident in that.”

Still, Wentz suffered the injury on December 10, which casts a fair amount of doubt on whether he’ll be able to suit up for Philly’s season opener on September 6.

The Eagles will have a target on their back as they try to fight off a Super Bowl hangover next season. Would they risk playing without both Wentz and Foles to start the season? Before pulling the trigger on a potential Foles deal, they might be better off waiting for Wentz to recover, prove that his knee is fully healed and produce in some regular-season games.

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3. Foles spends the 2018 season as Wentz’s backup before hitting free agency in 2019

If you take the above approach and Wentz isn’t ready before the midseason trade deadline, you’re probably thankful you kept Foles around. That could happen, but listen to the way the Eagles talk about Foles and their philosophy on having more than one reliable quarterback and you realize they’d probably be just fine with keeping Foles all season, regardless of what happens with Wentz.

“Our priority, as you’ve seen, is to make sure we have the very best possible other starting quarterback,” owner Jeffrey Lurie said last week, per ESPN.com’s Dan Graziano. “I won’t even call [Foles] a backup, because we had him evaluated as a very strong quarterback. He’s been 18-5 for us over the last 23 games when Nick has started a game and finished. His quarterback rating in the postseason—he’s a big-time, big-game player. That’s Nick.

“And we utilized about $12 million to have a second quarterback. And it may have seemed irrational, but I remember the phone call when it was [Roseman] and I talking, and we said, ‘We have an opportunity to do this. Do you have any reservations of using this $12 million this way versus other positions?’ And we both agreed this was absolutely the right thing to do. We never knew it would come to this, but we knew that Nick could win big games for us.”

With that in mind, I can envision the Eagles driving a hard bargain.

4. Foles is given a chance to take Wentz’s job

Even with Foles lighting it up in the playoffs and being crowned Super Bowl MVP, this scenario is the least likely of the four. Foles was every bit as good as Wentz the last few weeks, but the Eagles won’t likely allow this to become a quarterback controversy unless they’re unbeatable with Foles playing at an MVP level in Wentz’s stead next fall.

Even then, his leash would be short with Wentz healthy.

Philly essentially used back-to-back first-round picks on Wentz, who at the age of 25 might have been the league MVP if not for that December knee injury. The Eagles should be expected to give him the right of way throughout the 2018 season because he still has a higher ceiling than Foles and was dominant for a longer stretch in 2017.

That being said, crazier things have happened in the NFL.

For now, though, what’s next for Foles is a vacation.

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Upon arriving from Los Angeles, new Bears receiver Dontrelle Inman set out to accomplish two important tasks. One was buying a warm jacket for the crisp Midwestern autumn, and the other was getting himself ready to be a key target for rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky.

In a disappointing 23-16 loss to the Packers at Soldier Field on Sunday, the Bears found a connection on offense. Trubisky targeted Inman eight times, and Inman came away with six receptions for 88 yards.

“I guess we established a lot,” Inman said. “All six (receptions) were on the money. The work we put in was tremendous, and I’m glad that it paid off just a little bit. But not enough.”

Inman found a warm enough jacket to manage a lakefront breeze and also a Blackhawks sweater featuring Jonathan Toews’ No. 19, which his wife purchased as a gift. That along with Sunday’s performance shown he fits right in with the Bears.

Inman was acquired from the Chargers two weeks ago for a conditional seventh-round pick after he was buried on the depth chart in Los Angeles, which had selected receiver Mike Williams in the first round. The Bears were in a desperate place at receiver this season after losing both Cam Meredith and Kevin White to injured reserve.

Inman was the Chargers’ second-leading receiver a season ago, hauling in 58 catches for 810 yards and four touchdowns. Before joining the Bears, he had two receptions for nine yards in Los Angeles this season.

Inman was inactive for the game in New Orleans on Oct. 29 after arriving just three days before playing the Saints. There was an immediate feel for the playbook and schemes run by offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains, which Inman compared to those from his college days at Virginia.

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So, Inman jumped right into the Bears’ offense and worked to get open for Trubisky in practice. Before breaking for the bye, he and Trubisky went to lunch together and strengthened their bond away from the field. They returned to work with Inman posing as the Bears’ new top receiver.

“I have a lot of confidence in him,” Trubisky said of Inman. “He’s made great plays for us, and he’s coming along really quick. It’s tough to get here on short notice and learn a playbook, so hats off to him for doing that.”
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While the Trubisky-Inman connection was a breakthrough, they couldn’t connect in one of the game’s biggest moments. The Bears were handed a break late in the fourth quarter when Packers kicker Mason Crosby missed a field goal that could’ve ice the game. Trubisky and the offense returned to the field trailing by a touchdown with 1:03 remaining. But on third-and-10 from their own 36, Inman couldn’t corral Trubisky’s pass over the middle that could’ve extended the drive. The throw was a tad high but catchable. The Bears turned the ball over on downs shortly after.

Aside from that, there was much to like.

“Mitch is a stud,” Inman said. “He commands the huddle. It’s great just having him as a leader at his age.”

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Good news for the Los Angeles Rams in Week 1: they’ll face off against the Indianapolis Colts who will be without QB Andrew Luck:

It’s a story we’ve tracked for some time. In mid-August, Colts owner Jim Irsay hinted at the possibility. A few days later, we learned Colts C Ryan Kelly would be out early this season after undergoing foot surgery. And we confirmed today that in addition to Luck, CB Vontae Davis will also miss some time early on this season:

It sets up a very, very fortuitous situation for the Rams in Week 1. Perhaps in terms of narrative and the expectations game though, it’s a bit of a no-win situation.

The Rams now head into a Week 1 home game against a depleted Colts roster in which they’ll be expected to win. Instead of a win carrying the air of a franchise turning things around under new Head Coach Sean McVay providing QB Jared Goff with his first career NFL win, a victory on Sunday will only be painted as a gift from the injury timetables for the Colts. A loss? Calamitous. Inexcusable.

It’s worth holding some perspective of where we stand compared to a year ago. With the Rams having returned to Los Angeles, a new home fan base was eager to see a new product under Head Coach Jeff Fisher. A season-opening 0-28 loss to the hapless San Francisco 49ers underpinned what would ultimately be a failed season leading to Fisher’s firing.

McVay is under no job pressure in 2017. A loss won’t cost him his job. And a win won’t be the validation of his hiring Rams fans are hoping for. With the three players the Colts are without though, it may be a requirement if those hopes are to come to fruition in 2017.

Andrew Luck won’t be the only name missing when the Colts square off with the Rams on Sunday.

The team’s starting center, Ryan Kelly, has also been ruled out for the regular-season opener after undergoing August foot surgery.

First-year general manager Chris Ballard announced Monday that Kelly remains week-to-week, but said optimistically, per the team’s official site: “He’s close.”

In place of the second-year Kelly, rookie Deyshawn Bond will start for a Colts team set to “unleash” Scott Tolzien at quarterback ahead of the traded for Jacoby Brissett, with Ballard calling the ex-Patriots passer more of a “long-term” option for the club.
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Kelly’s short-term timeline is somewhat surprising on the heels of reports that the second-year pivot could miss six-to-eight weeks as a logical candidate for IR Recall.

Getting Kelly — and Luck — back sooner than later would steer this Colts ship back into friendly waters after a truly dark end to the summer.

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Other injuries we’re monitoring on this Labor Day while the rest of America sips cocktails and enjoys their respite from the ominous crush of industry:

1. More out of Indy, where the banged-up Colts will also be without cornerback Vontae Davis, who “is going to be out a few weeks” with the groin injury he suffered in the third preseason game, per Ballard.

2. New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham (ankle) remains sidelined at practice. Coach Ben McAdoo said no determination has been made as to whether he’ll play against the Dallas Cowboys this week.

Brandon Marshall (shoulder) said, “I’ll be out there,” when asked if he’ll play Sunday for Giants.

3. Buffalo Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor remains in concussion protocol, but he returned to practice.

4. The Denver Broncos announced the pass rusher Shane Ray (wrist) will begin the season in injured reserve. Ray suffered a torn ligament in his wrist in the beginning of training camp.

5. The Los Angeles Chargers placed linebacker Denzel Perryman (ankle) on injured reserve. Perryman linebacker injured his ankle in Los Angeles’ preseason opener against the Seattle Seahawks.

6. The Dallas Cowboys placed tight end Rico Gathers (concussion) on injured reserve/to return. He can start practicing with the team in Week 6 and return to the active roster in Week 8.

7. The Atlanta Falcons placed linebacker LaRoy Reynolds (pectoral muscle) on injured reserve.

8. After putting Steven Nelson on IR, the Chiefs got some good news for their depth, seeing corner Terrance Mitchell return to practice this week.

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The San Francisco 49ers fired coach wholesale sports jerseys Chip Kelly and general manager Trent Baalke on Sunday in the latest overhaul for a franchise that has fallen from perennial Super Bowl contender to the bottom of the standings in three seasons.

Team CEO Jed York announced the moves just hours after the Niners (2-14) matched a franchise record for losses in a season by losing the finale to Seattle 25-23.

“Despite my feelings for Trent and Chip, I felt the decision to change our football leadership was absolutely necessary,” York said in a statement. “The performance of this team has not lived up to my expectations or those of our fans, and that is truly disappointing. We all expected to see this team progress and develop as the season went on, but unfortunately that did not happen. That is why now best wholesale jersey website is the time to find a new direction for this team.”

The team has been searching for success ever since cutting ties with Jim Harbaugh following an 8-8 record in 2014. Harbaugh had led San Francisco to three straight trips to the NFC title game and one Super Bowl appearance from 2011-13 in the only stretch of success in the past 15 years for a franchise that has won five Super Bowls.

Jim Tomsula was fired after going 5-11 in 2015 and things only got worse under Kelly, whose once bright coaching star has dimmed after being fired by Philadelphia and San Francisco the past two years.

This marks the first time in nearly four decades that a team fired coaches in successive years after just one-year tenures. The only other time that happened since the 1970 merger came when San Francisco fired Monte Clark after the 1976 season and Ken Meyer the following year. The Niners then fired Pete McCulley midway through the 1978 season and interim coach Fred O’Connor after the year before hiring Bill Walsh to start a dynasty.

“It’s frustrating we’re in this position again,” left tackle Joe Staley said before the news became official. “As a player you have to look at yourself first. What can I do next season to make sure we’re not in this position?”

Kelly entered the NFL as one of the most highly sought coaches after his success in college at Oregon. After winning 10 games in each of his first two seasons in Philadelphia in 2013-14 wholesale in new jersey, Kelly was fired with a 6-9 record for the Eagles late last season.

He then lasted just one season with the Niners, raising more questions about whether his up-tempo, spread offense that was so successful at Oregon can work in the NFL.

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He never had much of a chance at success with San Francisco with a roster that featured Blaine Gabbert and Colin Kaepernick as the top two quarterbacks and had no playmakers on the outside.

“We don’t control the roster, so I think the one thing is our job as coaches is to create an environment where our players have an opportunity to be successful, and that’s what we have to do,” Kelly said before getting the news in a meeting with York. “I don’t look at, ‘I wish I had this. I wish I had that.’ We were fortunate for the guys we had and we tried to coach them as hard as we could and as well as we could.”

Baalke helped build the roster that made three straight trips to the NFC title game from 2011-13 and one Super Bowl appearance. But the team has had declining win totals the past three seasons, including a record 13-game losing streak this season.

“While we experienced our share of success over the years, I am disappointed at where we are today,” Baalke said in a statement.

The 49ers lost 13 straight games at one point this season and their only wins came against the Rams. San Francisco set franchise worsts for points, total yards and yards rushing allowed in a season and blew four double-digit leads in eight home games.

Now they will look for a fourth coach jersey dresses wholesale in four seasons.

“When we lose like we did and have a season like we had, changes are made, or can be made,” receiver Torrey Smith said. “That’s from coaches to players. It’s all of us. We were all a part of the problem. That’s why our record is what it was.”

Baalke originally joined the Niners as a scout in 2005 and quickly worked his way up to director of player personnel where he helped then-general manager Scot McCloughan put together many of the pieces of the team that would be one of the most talented in the league.

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Baalke replaced McCloughan as the top front office executive shortly before the 2010 draft and came away from that with a load of talent led by Anthony Davis, Mike Iupati and NaVorro Bowman.

Baalke was given the title of general manager the following year when the Niners hired Harbaugh as coach and Baalke had another successful draft that featured All-Pro pass rusher Aldon Smith and Kaepernick with his first two picks.

The talent well went dry after that. Despite having 51 picks since 2012, Baalke has not added an impact player in any of those five drafts as he frequently drafted players with injuries and stayed away from skill position players.

Since 2012, Baalke has had 15 picks in the first cheap wholesale jersey three rounds and used just one — second-round running back Carlos Hyde in 2013 — on a quarterback, receiver or running back.

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Adams recorded a school-record 510 yards of total offense in his home debut as the Catamounts topped the Big South’s Gardner-Webb, 44-14. Adams completed 36-of-43 passes for 427 yards and five touchdowns in the win. The first years signal caller also added 13 carries for 83 yards on the ground. His five touchdown passes tied a school record, while his 427 passing yards fell 47 yards shy of the school mark.

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