A few weeks back, Nick Foltz was a quarterback for the Eagles.
He was a second-round pick by the Eagles in 2009 and he played well for them.
Now, with Foles sidelined with a knee injury, he’s back to full practice and will likely get the start against the Titans.
The Eagles’ secondary will be without a starting cornerback for the first time this season.
But Folt, who has been on injured reserve since April 5, will get the nod in Week 1 against the Raiders.
That will be a big boost for the Titans, who have been in the middle of a rough stretch.
The Titans are 2-4 and have dropped their last two games.
Folt is the team’s best cover corner, but the Titans have been without a cornerback who can match Folt.
Foles’ absence has left the Titans vulnerable at safety.
The team has allowed just one touchdown pass and four interceptions in their last four games.
This is a tough spot for the Jets to be in.
It’s a tough position to be on, but Foles and his teammates are confident they’ll bounce back.
“I don’t think there’s anybody who can say they haven’t had success,” Folters father, Mike, said.
“It’s just a matter of being able to keep working and playing.”