Nick Foles' extension with the Rams included $6.75M fully guaranteed in 2016.
Rams signed QB Nick Foles to a two-year, $24.5 million extension through 2017.
ESPN reports the Rams have had "continued dialogue" with contract-year QB Nick Foles about an extension.
ESPN’s Nick Wagoner expects the Rams to offer Nick Foles $12-14 million per season on a four-year extension, with $20 million in guarantees.
NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports the Rams and contract-year QB Nick Foles have had "initial talks" about a long-term deal.
Rams acquired QB Nick Foles, a 2015 fourth-round pick, and a 2016 second-round pick from the Eagles in exchange for QB Sam Bradford and a 2015 fifth-round pick.
A source tells NJ.com the Rams, Titans and Texans showed interest in trading for Nick Foles during the Senior Bowl in January.
The Philly Inquirer believes Nick Foles could be the "odd man out" after the Eagles' re-signing of Mark Sanchez.
NJ.com calls the Eagles' denial of a 2013 Josh Gordon-for-Nick Foles trade "one of the first real signs of support the team has shown for Foles since (Chip) Kelly arrived."
Nick Foles said he expects to be the Eagles' starting quarterback in 2015.
Asked if he expects to return as the Eagles' starter in 2015, Nick Foles responded "(I plan on) being in Philly."
A source tells NJ.com that the Rams have interest in Nick Foles if the Eagles decide to trade him this offseason.
Speaking Wednesday, coach Chip Kelly declined to give Nick Foles a full endorsement.
Nick Foles (collarbone) has been ruled out for Week 17.