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Nick Foles restructures deal with Bears

by Dave Kluge | Bears Correspondent | Thu, Apr 30th 11:46am EDT

Bears' new quarterback Nick Foles has restructured his contract to be 3-year/$24M with $21M fully guaranteed and $6M in additional annual incentives, per Spotrac. (Spotrac)

Fantasy Impact:

Foles will still receive all of the money that he was guaranteed under his contract with Jacksonville, but being spread out over a few years with added incentives makes the contract a bit more team-friendly. While the Bears' staff has said that it's an open competition at quarterback, our experts have Foles ranked above Mitch Trubisky and he is expected to win the job in camp. While Foles could potentially elevate the play of his teammates, Allen Robinson may take a slight hit in fantasy value if Foles is declared the starter. Robinson was third in targets last season with a whopping 9.6 per game, but a lot of those were forced throws in tight windows that Foles may avoid.

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