The Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback, Nick Foles suffered a broken left clavicle on his debut game for Jaguars. Nick, who was the former super bowl MVP player for the Philadelphia Eagles, started his playing career with the team in a hopeful manner by getting injured during a match against Kansas City Chiefs.
Get to know more about the talented American football quarterback player, Nick Foles through the below articles which talks about his broken clavicle, surgery, injury updates and many more.
Nick Foles Broken Clavicle
Nick Foles was hurt and broke his left collarbone when he took a devasting hit while getting his first touch down pass for the Jaguars. It was during the 35-yard strike to DJ Clark in the first quarter of the match.
After the injury, Nick was replaced by the rookie player Gardner Minshew. He took over from Foles and completed the match with a match statistics of completing 22 of 25 passes for 275 yards. Similarly, in the game, Gardner recorded two touches down and an interception. However, despite his performances, the Jaguars lost the match 40-26.
Nick Foles Injury Update
After the match, the Jaguars ruled out Foles for the remaining season after he was taken to the locker room to be checked by the medical staffs.
He was seen returning with the sideline with his left arm in a sling, and an ice pack was placed on his shoulder. Talking about his injuries, it was found that he had broken his left clavicle and will be sidelined with an injury. It is possible that he will be out of action for the rest of the season as the result of his injury.
Nick Foles Surgery, How is He Doing Now?
Moving on, Nick Foles told the reporter that he is to undergo surgery on Monday. Furthermore, Jacksonville Jaguars are expecting that due to the injury he suffered during the match against Kansas City Chief, he will be out of action for an extended time.
As mentioned in the heading above, quarterback, Nick Foles was the former SuperBowl MVP player for Philadelphia Eagles who signed him during the offseason. His debut could not have come into lousy time as he suffered a disappointing broken collarbone injury. The injury might see him out of action for several months for Jacksonville Jaguars.
Likewise, Nick has a four-year contract deal with the Jaguars worth $88 million in March 2019 after the Eagles decided not to franchise-tag him. The Eagles reassigned Carson Wentz as their leading quarterback player, then doubled down on that in the summer by signing Wentz to a four-year extended contract worth $128 million.