Eagles, Rams 2016 Super Bowl Odds Likely to Change With Foles-Bradford Swap

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Eagles, Rams 2016 Super Bowl Odds Likely to Change With Foles-Bradford Swap

Oddsmakers were prepared to update 2016 Super Bowl odds with the reported swap of Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback Nick Foles to the St. Louis Rams in exchange for Sam Bradford.

The Eagles odds remained at 28-1 Tuesday evening while the Rams were listed with long 50-1 odds of winning the next Super Bowl.

Bradford, 27, missed the entire 2014 season after tearing his left ACL for the second straight season. Foles, 26, missed the second half of the season after breaking his collarbone in a Week 9 game against Houston.

Foles record as a starter under Philadelphia head coach Chip Kelly is 14-4.  Bradford's record as a starter in St. Louis was 18-30-1.

According to ESPN, it was not immediately clear if the Eagles were willing to commit to Bradford as their starting quarterback or if this trade was part of a larger plan. There is much speculation that the Eagles are attempting to land Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota.

- Dan Shapiro, Gambling911.com

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