Some of the most promising rookies from the 2012 NFL draft class attended the NFLPA's Rookie Premiere last month in Los Angeles, and SB Nation had a chance to sit down with them and discuss making the move to the NFL. Dan Rubenstein spoke with former Arizona quarterback and Eagles' third-round pick Nick Foles. The lanky signal-caller will begin his pro career serving as a backup to Michael Vick, but he's excited to work with and develop under Philadelphia head coach Andy Reid.
Foles says one of the bigger challenges playing for Reid and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg is moving from the no-huddle offense he ran at Arizona over the past two seasons back to the huddle, where's he responsible for knowing a large playbook. Hear more from Foles on his interactions with Vick so far: