Reports have surfaced that the Chiefs are interested in Philadelphia's Nick Foles as their next quarterback, which makes sense considering Foles was drafted last season when Andy Reid coached the Eagles and then became the starter late in the season.
Foles wound up playing in seven games for Philadelphia while starting six. He completed almost 61 percent of his passes for 1,699 yards, six touchdowns and five interceptions for, it should be noted, a 4-12 team. The Eagles recently re-signed Michael Vick and added Dennis Dixon to the roster, according to USA Today, so Foles could be expendable.
Reports: Chiefs interested in Eagles QB Nick Foles
Kansas City Star | Feb 16