Foles will lead the Eagles into this year’s Super Bowl showdown against the Patriots. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
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Not long ago Nick Foles contemplated retiring from the NFL after losing his passion for football but now the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback is flying high ahead of his first Super Bowl this weekend. The 29-year-old Foles had such a difficult and unfulfilling 2015 season with the St. Louis Rams that he seriously wondered whether there was any reason to keep playing in the league.Foles was drafted by Philadelphia in 2012 and tabbed as the team's quarterback of the future but an inconsistent rookie year meant he started the 2013 season as Michael Vick's backup.Foles played one forgettable campaign with the Rams before the disgruntled signal caller skipped offseason workouts after the team selected quarterback Jared Goff with the first overall draft pick.
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