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Foles had stepped in to replace starter Carson Wentz, who had suffered a torn ACL late in the season.
Foles, originally drafted by the Eagles in 2012, re-joined the team for a second stint before the 2017 season.
Foles' meteoric rise to stardom began the previous season, when he took over for Wentz - then a leading MVP candidate - in mid December and proceeded to lead the Eagles to the Super Bowl, winning MVP honors in the process. He spent one season with them before joining the Chiefs for one year prior to re-joining the Eagles. Foles wasn't great to start the season but turned into Late Season Nick once again, helping to take the Eagles to the playoffs and almost making a deep run before the Eagles came up short against the Saints in New Orleans. DeFilippo served as the Eagles quarterbacks coach when Foles guided them to a Super Bowl title.