The Philadelphia Eagles have to make a decision on Carson Wentz after the 2020 season concludes, which could involve trading him. If the Eagles are willing to move on from him, then Wentz is interested in being dealt to the Indianapolis Colts, per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.

Wentz struggled in his 12 starts for the Eagles this season, throwing for 2,620 yards, 16 touchdowns, and a league-worst 15 interceptions. As a result, Doug Pederson decided to bench Wentz in favor of rookie Jalen Hurts, who has given the offense a spark in the last month of the season.

With Wentz playing poorly, the Eagles are undecided on whether or not he will be the starting quarterback for the team next season. Seeing that Philadelphia is making him a healthy scratch, it’s evident that they don’t want any chance of him getting hurt before they make a decision on his future.

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Regardless of what Philadelphia’s plans are, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reported that Wentz would prefer to get a fresh start elsewhere with how things have panned out in Philadelphia this season.

Of course, it won’t be easy to trade Wentz due to his massive contract that kicks in at the beginning of the 2021 season. The former No. 2 overall pick is owed $128 million over the next four years and carries $60 million in dead cap in 2021.

But if there is a team that could salvage Wentz it is the Colts, who have a familiar face in Frank Reich. Reich was the offensive coordinator of the Eagles from 2016-2017, which was when Wentz was playing at a high-level and when Philadelphia won the Super Bowl.

There is a chance that Wentz requests a trade from the Eagles this offseason in hopes to begin anew after his latest struggles. And if Wentz is granted his request, he seems to be expressing interest in reuniting with Reich on the Colts. Though, the future of Philip Rivers in Indianapolis could end up being the difference here.