No matter how the rest of Nick Foles' career plays out, the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback will always have a spot in the Hall of Fame.
Foles' grass-stained jersey and cleats from Sunday's record-setting performance against the Oakland Raiders, along with the football he used to throw his seventh touchdown of the day, have been enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.
Here's a video of Foles' gear arriving in Canton.
Foles' jersey was placed next to one belonging to Peyton Manning. The Denver Broncos quarterback and future Hall of Famer threw for seven touchdowns in Denver's season-opening win over the Baltimore Ravens.
Nick Foles is officially in Canton! pic.twitter.com/w7dzbnP4Q3
— Philly Eagles Fans (@PHIEagleFans) November 6, 2013
"It's a great honor," Foles said of the recognition. "Last year [the rookie draft picks] were fortunate enough to go to the Hall of Fame, so it was really neat to see all the memorabilia there, all the great players. It's a great honor just to [represent] the Eagles there. I know there's already a ton of Eagles stuff, but for our team, for that game, it's pretty special."
Now that he's had his jersey sent to the Hall of Fame, what's next up for Foles? Earning the Eagles' starting job.
(H/T to For The Win)