The Philadelphia Eagles unofficially kicked off the beginning of the end of their Carson Wentz era when they used a second-round pick on quarterback Jalen Hurts in the 2020 NFL Draft. Wentz reportedly requested a trade early this offseason, and the Eagles acquiesced by sending him to the Indianapolis Colts, where he reunited with Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich and offensive assistant Press Taylor, who both worked with Wentz in Philadelphia. 

Reich, Wentz's former offensive coordinator with the Eagles, explained on "The Rich Eisen Show" that Philadelphia drafting Hurts last year did not cause his current QB1 to lose all confidence.