Indianapolis – The Colts are trading a quarterback Carson Wentz to Washington leaders for a batch of the footage, sources told ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
Sources told Shifter that the Colts will receive the leaders’ third-round draft pick in 2022 and 2023. A 2023 third-round player could become a second-round pick if Wentz plays 70% of Washington’s strokes. The teams also exchanged second-round selections in 2022, with the Colts team moving from 47th overall to 42nd.
Shifter’s sources have told Washington that Washington will pay the entire $28 million owed to Wentz for the 2022 season, which includes an existing bonus of $5 million coming next week.
The leaders offered three first-round picks to the Seattle Seahawks Russell WilsonA source told ESPN’s John Kim, but Seattle chose to send him to the Denver Broncos in the AFC. Washington advanced quickly and negotiated with the Colts for Wentz.
The deal comes one week after captains general manager Martin Mayhew said the team “passed the league effectively” to find the midfielder. Washington has started 32 quarterbacks since it last won the Super Bowl after the 1991 season, including eight in the past three years.
Taylor Hynek He went 7-8 starting last season for Washington, throwing for 3,419 yards with 20 touchdown passes and 15 interceptions.
Washington has the worst quarterback aggregate in the NFL since the 2018 season, and also ranked 71st in that range at 32. That’s a big reason the team went 24-41 in that stretch.
Wentz spent one season as the Colts captain after giving Indianapolis his first and third-round picks for the Philadelphia Eagles in February 2021. It was an attempt to find the next quarterback after Phillip Rivers retired after the 2020 season.
2 pick overall in the 2016 draft, Wentz threw 27 touchdown passes and tied his career low in interceptions with seven last season. His long-term status with the Colts came into question late in the season, however, as he struggled in the team’s last two games, when he only had to win one to make the playoffs.
“I’d like to quit first aid,” Colts General Manager Chris Ballard said in January. “I would like Carson to be the long-term answer or find someone who will be here for the next 10 to 12 years. Sometimes it just doesn’t work out like that. I can dream about it, I hope, I do everything I can to figure it out, but you do your best.” Your best effort is what you can do in that time.”
Wentz completed 59% of his passes, threw two touchdown passes and lost twice to the Las Vegas Raiders and Jacksonville Jaguars to close out the season. He shot at least 200 yards in only two of his last eight games. In the surprise loss to Jaguar at the conclusion of the season, Wentz averaged a low average of QR4.3.
MVP candidate with the Eagles before rupturing the ACL in the late 2017 season, Wentz lost his primary function Galen Hurts During the 2020 campaign, which led to his trade to Indianapolis. Wentz has been heading to his third team in the past three seasons and will face both previous teams in 2022.
Wentz will play the Eagles twice and travel to Indianapolis to face the Colts next season.
Wentz’s departure means the search for stability at the quarterback for the Colts continues since Andrew Lack retired in August 2019. Jacobi Brisset Not showing enough to prove he was the answer, Rivers was a player who left a gaping backstroke towards the end of his career and Wentz failed in his only season at Indianapolis.
Coach Frank Reich will now have his fifth starting player in as many seasons, the Colts quarterback star Darius Leonard It was also highlighted on Twitter.
here we go again! About to be 5 years old with ponies and 5 different QBs! Thank you Carson for everything this year my God! I wish you nothing but the best!
– Darius Leonard (@dsleon45) March 9, 2022
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