Nick Foles could be among the many quarterbacks that change teams at the start of NFL free agency. Multiple teams appear to be exploring the idea of making a trade for the Jacksonville Jaguars’ signal caller.

The Chicago Bears are reportedly interested in Foles. It’s been reported that Chicago wants to acquire a veteran quarterback that could push Mitchell Trubisky.

The Indianapolis Colts are a potential landing spot for Foles. Indianapolis is considered the top contender to sign Philip Rivers. If Rivers signs elsewhere, Foles could compete with Jacoby Brissett to be the Colts’ starter for the 2020 season.

The Jaguars have already made one notable trade, sending defensive end Calais Campbell to the Baltimore Ravens for a fifth-round pick in the NFL draft.

It was only a year ago that Jacksonville gave Foles a four-year, $88 million contract with $50 million guaranteed. Foles was the Super Bowl LII MVP, leading the Philadelphia Eagles to their first championship in the 2017 season.

Foles’ first season in Jacksonville was far from a success. The 31-year-old suffered an injury in Week 1 that cost him half the season. Foles made only three starts after his return in November before he was benched in favor of rookie Gardner Minshew.

Foles went 77-117 for 736 yards, three touchdowns, two interceptions and an 84.6 passer rating in four starts with Jacksonville. The Jaguars lost all four games.

Foles started a career-high 13 games in 2013. He hasn’t made more than seven starts in a season since 2015.

The veteran has a career 88.2 passer rating. He’s 4-2 in the postseason with a 98.8 passer rating in the playoffs.

Minshew went 6-6 as a starter in the 2019 season. The rookie threw for 3.271 yards, 21 touchdowns, six interceptions and a 91.2 passer rating.

Philip Rivers, Teddy Bridgewater and Jameis Winston are among the other quarterbacks that appear likely to find new teams this offseason. Tom Brady might also play elsewhere in 2020.

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Nick Foles #9 of the Philadelphia Eagles reacts after his team's loss to the New Orleans Saints in the NFC Divisional Playoff Game at Mercedes Benz Superdome on January 13, 2019 in New Orleans, Louisiana. Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images