3 Things Nick Foles Said That All Sports Parents Need to Advocate: As a reporter for the NFL Network covering the Philadelphia Eagles, I spent much of the week leading up to Super Bowl LII listening to Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles answer hundreds of questions. The 29-year-old had been a 3rd round draft pick […]
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