Several teams reportedly reached out to the Rams to see what it would cost to take Foles off the Rams hands. We can't imagine Les Snead could finagle more than a seventh round pick for a signal-caller seemingly destined to be cut. Foles was the worst quarterback in the NFL last season. His magical 2013 looks more and more a product of a new Chip Kelly scheme and some incredible luck.
That the L.A. brass is willing to part with Keenum -- which would likely mean keeping Foles -- is almost certainly based on the type of compensation they could receive. If a team is willing to pay for Keenum and no one is for Foles, you make the deal.
Goff is on a path to start from the get-go. If either Foles or Keenum plays significant minutes in 2016 it's another lost year anyway. Getting something in return for either of two below-average starters is better than cutting one for nothing. Whether any team is willing to fork over even a late-round pick for a backup-caliber quarterback remains to be seen.
Sometimes one person's trash is another's treasure. Sometimes it's still just rubbish.