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Relegated to the reserve role in favor of Jalen Hurts last month, quarterback Carson Wentz is still planning to demand an offseason trade as the bond of trust with head coach Doug Pederson is broken, the network reports. ESPN.
The Eagles are said to be well aware of the situation, but an organization source told ESPN that the team’s price tag for Wentz’s services will be very high.
Several NFL clubs are likely to show interest, including the Indianapolis Colts, whose head coach Frank Reich was once Wentz’s offensive coordinator with the Eagles.
Hurts will get a fourth straight start Sunday night against Washington.