Carson Wentz Traded to Colts, Supply Confirms to NBC Sports activities Philadelphia – NBC10 Philadelphia

Carson Wentz is only a few years away from an MVP-like season and has already disappeared.

The Eagles agreed on Thursday to trade Wentz for a selection for the third round in 2021 and a conditional selection for the second round in 2022, which can turn into a first round, confirmed John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Chris Mortensen reported the news first.

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Wentz will now reunite with Frank Reich and Press Taylor in Indianapolis. Wentz gets the goal he wanted. And the Eagles have a chance to get a first round.


Source confirms Carson Wentz was traded

To the Colts

Eagles will receive a third-round draft pick this year and a conditional second-round pick next year that could turn into a first-round pick.

– John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) February 18, 2021

By trading with Wentz, the Eagles will save nearly $ 853,000 in cap space in 2021, but will have a dead-cap hit of $ 33.8 million for the coming season. That’s an NFL record that breaks the previous $ 22.2 million mark the Rams will see after trading with Jared Goff earlier this off-season.

This is a developing story and will be updated.

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