Kansas City Chiefs second string quarterback Nick Foles, 28, who can be become a free agent next month is not likely to return to the team since the team cannot pay his $6.4 million dollar salary to serve as the backup to Alex Smith in 2017 due to the National Football League salary cap that all football teams have to work with.Foles has played football with the Philadelphia Eagles from 2012-2014, the St. Louis Rams in 2015 and the Kansas City Chiefs in 2016.The silver lining in the dark cloud that Foles does not get his contract renewed by the Chiefs at the start of free agency is that Foles can find employment with another team in the National Football League as a starting quarterback since there are a few teams that will be needing his services in 2017.The Chiefs current quarterbacks are Alex Smith, Tyler Bray and Joel Stave if Smith does leave the team to seek employment with another team in the league.The Chiefs picked up Foles from the free agent market after he was released by the Los Angeles Rams (formerly St. Louis) since Chiefs head coach Andy Reid worked with Foles when he was the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999-2012.News source is the Kansas City Star and the image is from Etsy.com
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