The New England Patriots reportedly agreed to trade quarterback Mac Jones to the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday as the quarterback shake-up across the NFL continued.

The two sides were finalizing the trade on Sunday with talks to a sixth-round pick being involved in the swap, ESPN reported. The deal cannot be made official until the start of the new league year on Wednesday and once Jones passes a physical.

New England made Jones the quarterback of the future when he was selected No. 15 overall of the 2021 draft. He beat out Cam Newton in training camp and earned the starting job his rookie season.

The former Alabama standout led the Patriots to the playoffs in his rookie year and finished second in AP Offensive Rookie of the Year voting in 2021. He had 3,801 passing yards and 22 touchdown passes. He was the first Patriots quarterback to lead the team to the postseason since Tom Brady left.

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