The weather in Jacksonville is a little bit different than Philadelphia and that is something that Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles is trying to get used to. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Foles stayed after Monday’s practice when the heat index was 102 degrees to run.

He ran 10 sprints of 50 yards each while all of his other teammates besides Calais Campbell were already inside. Campbell was outside conducting an interview and he was raving about the leadership that Foles has brought to the team.

Foles has been a starter in the league before but the last few years with the Philadelphia Eagles, he has been the backup that has come in to start. That meant it was Carson Wentz’ team first, and that made it hard for Foles to be a true leader on the team.

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Now that he is with the Jaguars it’s his team and that is something he has really tried to take control of. He knows it’s a work in progress to get the team to where it wants to be, but Foles is happy with the direction they are heading.

“We’re building it. The culture’s very young. It’s starting. We’re getting there. We’re not there; we want to grow closer every day,” Foles said.

Foles hasn’t started a game with the Jaguars yet so it’s still to be seen how much success he will have on the field. It’s clear that he is doing everything in his power right now to change the culture in Jacksonville and help make this team a winner.