- Carson Wentz trade rumors are everywhere
- The Eagles have a big decision to make at quarterback after drafting Jalen Hurts
- Wentz will have no shortage of suitors if he’s made available
It is widely known around the league that Carson Wentz is unhappy with the Philadelphia Eagles right now. A trade might be the only solution for both parties.
However, with the firing of head coach Doug Pederson, reports indicated that Wentz might be open to staying with the Eagles.
This won’t stop us from imagining the best trade destinations for the disgruntled quarterback.
Reunion with Reich
With an aging quarterback at the helm on the verge of retirement, the Colts make a lot of sense for Carson Wentz.
First, the team has a lot of talent defensively and they have one of the best offensive lines in the NFL. They also possess good weapons offensively.
Wentz would be reunited with his old offensive coordinator, Frank Reich with which he put together an MVP-caliber season in 2017.
Bears ditch Trubisky
The Bears also make sense for Wentz. Chicago is always looking for a quarterback and they aren’t sold on Trubisky, who just got eliminated from the playoffs.
If the Bears are looking to move on from the former 2nd overall pick, they could make a move for Wentz.
Replace Cam in New England
The New England Patriots are also looking for a quarterback.
We know Bill Belichick is not the type of GM to make a big splash in the trade market, but the Patriots could really use a quarterback as we saw that Cam Newton was not the answer for this franchise.
A trade for Wentz would make sense because Belichick has the reputation to take the best out of each player on his roster, and Wentz could really use a coach that puts him in the best situation possible to succeed.
Wentz can revive his career in SF
The current 49ers quarterback, Jimmy Garoppolo, is not a superstar and is often injured.
With the injured players on offense and defense returning next year, some might ask if Jimmy G is the right quarterback for this team.
Don’t count San Francisco out of the mix!
The longshot trade
The last destination is a bit far-fetched, but how about a swap between Jared Goff and Carson Wentz.
With both teams uncertain of their quarterback’s play, maybe a swap would reboot their careers.
Goff has already been to a Super Bowl and Wentz is capable of playing at an MVP level. However, both had a disappointing season. Therefore, a trade between the former 1st and 2nd overall pick could be possible before the start of the 2021 season.