QB Nick Foles Skips Voluntary Offseason Workout With LA Rams
OXNARD, Calif. (AP) — Quarterback Nick Foles skipped a voluntary offseason workout this week with the Los Angeles Rams, who recently drafted Jared Goff with the top overall pick.
The Rams confirmed that Foles missed Tuesday's workout at their offseason training headquarters. Their organized team activities continue Wednesday.
Foles joined the Rams in St. Louis during the previous offseason and agreed to a two-year, $24.5 million contract extension.
He started the first nine games but was benched in favor of Case Keenum. The Rams finished last season with the NFL's worst passing offense.
Foles made a $6 million roster bonus in March, but the Rams traded up to draft Goff with the top overall pick in April. Coach Jeff Fisher has said he hopes Goff will start their season opener.