The same type of all-over-the-place decision-making went down regarding Carson Wentz as well. Per the AP report, the Eagles wanted to get rid of Wentz after Hurts led them to a win over the Saints in Week 14. But following the next three losses to wrap up the regular season, they wanted to work it out with the 28-year-old. After shipping Wentz to Indianapolis, the franchise considered a trade up for a quarterback before trading down to 12 while getting a 2022 first-rounder.
Hurts, the Eagles’ 2020 second-round pick, took over for Wentz in the final four-plus games of a rocky season in Philadelphia. He finished the 2020 season completing 52 percent of his passes with six touchdowns and four interceptions.
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