On Friday night, the Rams continued to reap the benefits of this acquisition by agreeing to a two-year, $24.5 million extension with Foles. The fourth-year quarterback still has one year remaining on his rookie deal, which means this extension could keep him with the team through the 2017 season. When combining the extension with his current deal, Foles is set to make $26 million.
The 2017 season can be voided on the contract based on his wins and if he makes the Pro Bowl.
Foles and the Rams completed the deal right before the team's scrimmage at Lindenwood University on Friday.
The Foles-Bradford trade was completed in March, as the Rams also received draft picks in the deal. Foles threw for 6,753 yards, 46 touchdowns, and 17 interceptions, while completing 61.6 percent of his passes in three seasons with Philadelphia.
Rams head coach Jeff Fisher was impressed by their new quarterback right away, mentioning in June that he would like to get a deal done. The deal is done, now Foles has to continue to impress when it counts the most.