There’s been rumblings about Jerry Jones and his Dallas Cowboys being interested in free agent quarterback Nick Foles.
However, Foles is teaming back up with Andy Reid.
Nick Foles has agreed to terms to join the Chiefs, source says. Reunion with Andy Reid.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) August 4, 2016
The past two seasons have been rough for Foles, as he’s garnished a 20-20 touchdown to interception ratio during that span.
Nonetheless, three years ago, Foles threw for 27 touchdowns to only two picks in place for Michael Vick.
Now, there will be no quarterback controversy in Kansas City.
Alex Smith has been a solid rock for the Chiefs.
The former number one overall pick may not be elite, but he’s been good enough for Kansas City to reach postseason play.
With that being said, many believe Smith isn’t good enough to take them over the top. There’s no evidence Foles is the answer either, however, if Smith struggles, who’s to say Reid wouldn’t pull the trigger?
At the very least, this move will make Smith look over his shoulder.