About Nick Foles:
Nicholas Edward Foles was born in Austin, Texas on 20 January 1989. He is a famous football quarterback for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League of America. He started playing college football at Arizona and was later selected in the 2012 NFL Draft’s third round by the Philadelphia Eagles. In the starting, Foles was named as the team’s starter through his rookie season.
During the 2013 NFL Draft, he kept his starting position and set the NFL season record for the best touchdown–interception ratio and also maintained a perfect passer rating in a game. His success won the Eagles a division title while earning him Pro Bowl honours. His 2014 season become unsuccessful.
Starting Years of Nick Foles:
Foles was raised in Austin, Texas, the son of Larry and Melissa Foles. He passed his graduation from Westlake High School in 2007.
Foles made 5,658 yards and 56 touchdowns, as a two-year starter for the football team and breaks most school records. Foles also performed excellent at basketball and received team MVP honours twice. He also played high school football with kicker for the Baltimore Ravens, Justin Tucker, and Kyle Adams.
Foles initially committed to Arizona State but later determined to attend Michigan State. He eventually transferred to the University of Arizona.
Nick Foles Wife:
Foles get married to Tori Moore. Both engaged from the time when they both are studying in the University of Arizona. At that time Foles played football and Tori played volleyball in the same University. They did not revealed anything related to their relationship, before graduating from the University in 2011. They officially get in relationship after graduating from University and get married in 2014.
Moore belongs to an athletic family. They are survived by two children, one boy and one girl. In 2017, Tori gave birth to her daughter Lily James Foles. And recently in 2020, Foles announced about his first son and second child named Duke Nathan who was born on 12 June 2020.
Career Features of Nick Foles:
In the 2012 NFL Draft, he was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles in the third round. On 21 May 2012, he signed a contract with the team. Eagles team coach announced that Foles start the game in the rest of the year. In the 2013 season Vick and Foles are asked for having a match for the selection to start the game in which Foles played average and Vick played it for an excellent level and then it was decided that Vick start the game and Foles will be used as an backup. Foles completed the 2013 season with 27 touchdowns passes and 2 interceptions.
In the 2014 season, Eagles and Foles were kicked out of the season against the Jacksonville Jaguars. In the exchange of Sam Bradford, Eagles traded Foles to the St. Louis Rams on 10 March 2015. On 7 August 2015, Foles signed a contract with Rams for two years of $24.5 million.
On 3 August 2016, Foles signed a contract with the Kansas City Chiefs after retirement from Rams. It was a deal of worth $1.75 Million for one year. Again in 2017, Foles signed a two year contract with the Eagles. On 13 January 2018, the Eagles defeated the Atlanta Falcons. In the 2018 season, Foles and Eagles again agreed on a contract of worth $2 Million on 20 April 2018.
Foles signed a four year contract of worth $88 Million with the Jacksonville Jaguars on 13 March 2019. Later on 23 May 2022, Foles signed a two year contract with the Indianapolis Colts.
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