By Harry Allison
What is it about Sam Bradford and Nick Foles, who were traded for one another in March 2015 from the Eagles to the Rams?
They both decided to take a sabbatical from OTA’s, though Bradofrd came to his senses and is back at NovaCare.
Foles, a Los Angeles Rams regular when offseason workouts began April 18, has not participated in a team-run training session since the Rams took Goff first overall. The fifth-year pro even skipped the start of organized team activities yesterday.
After being acquired last offseason in the trade that sent Bradford to the Eagles, Foles signed a two-year, $24.5 million extension that included nearly $13.8 million in guarantees.
He started the first nine games but was benched for Case Keenum after throwing only seven touchdowns with six interceptions and five fumbles during a 4-5 start.
Foles received a $6 million roster bonus in March and has a guaranteed base salary of $1.75 million this season. He cannot be fined for his absences because the workouts are voluntary.