Commanders release Carson Wentz

Carson Wentz was one and done in Indianapolis before being shipped to Washington.

The former second-overall pick in the NFL draft, by the Philadelphia Eagles, is now one and done with the Washington Commanders.

Washington released Wentz on  Monday.

He started seven games as a Commander, completing 62.3% of his passes for 1,755 yards with 9 picks.

Wentz was bumped in favor of Taylor Heinicke.

The Commanders finished their season last in the NFC East and wound up starting rookie Sam Howell in the final game of the season.

Wentz played 5 seasons in Philly and is 46-45-1 overall as a starter with 22,129 passing yards, 151 touchdowns, and 66 interceptions.

Story originally appeared on Touchdown Wire