Rams QB Nick Foles will not be on the team for training camp, and will not be on the team at the start of the season. Rams will likely draft a QB that will compete for the starting role against backups Case Keenum and Sean Mannion. Even with a few teams still in need of a QB, Foles contract makes him less appealing to any team considering a trade. If the Rams release Foles, they would take a cap hit of $8 million, but if the Rams can find a trade arrangement, they would net close to $7 million in cap space. Nick Foles was traded to the Rams by the Eagles for Sam Bradford. The Rams signed Foles to a two-year $24 million contract last August. With Foles comparably putting would-be suitors in a similar predicament as Colin Kaepernick, it should turn the spotlight back towards Mike Glennon.