Carson Wentz drama headlines epic Philadelphia Eagles offseason

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PHILADELPHIA — OK, the 2020 NFL regular season is over. Now the real fireworks begin for the Philadelphia Eagles.

This offseason is setting up to be one of the more consequential for the franchise in recent memory. The Eagles’ relationship with quarterback Carson Wentz — the center of their universe up until a couple of months ago — has frayed. That leaves Philadelphia with a disgruntled franchise quarterback making $32 million a year, a promising rookie QB in Jalen Hurts who flashed during his four-game audition, and a monster decision to make.

The Eagles hold the No. 6 overall pick in the 2021 NFL draft and have to nail the selection in order to rebuild a roster that has gotten old and expensive. They need a new defensive coordinator and likely several new offensive coaches. There are franchise cornerstones outside of Wentz, including Super Bowl hero Zach Ertz, who are seemingly on their way out.

Breathe deep, and let’s dive in.

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