Eagles expected to explore the QB market after trading Carson Wentz to Colts

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The Eagles love having quarterbacks on the market and even after trading Carson Wentz to the Colts, they’ll be in the market to add at the position.

John Clark of NBC Sports Philadelphia is reporting that the Eagles are expected to explore other options at quarterback to pair with Jalen Hurts in 2021.

Whether there will be some sort of quarterback competition remains to be seen, but the threat of the Eagles going quarterback at No. 6 overall in the NFL draft is a real thing.

With Wentz’s departure, Hurts is currently the Eagles starting quarterback, and there’s a void at backup with Nate Sudfeld an unrestricted free agent.

The Eagles could sign a veteran and allow Jalen Hurts to lead the team for a year while assessing where that Colts pick in 2022 will land.

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