Future from Carson Wentz He was the subject of several questions from Eagles General Manager Howie Roseman at Monday’s press conference.
Sunday brought another report that Wentz He wants out After he was sued Galen Horts This season, but there was also news that the team’s plan is To press pause Let things settle before making any decisions. Rosman indicated that this was the case on Monday.
He said the team should “come back and look at it with fresh eyes” because things got “tough” after the 4-11-1 season.
“Regarding Carson, I don’t think it’s a secret that we came to him because of what we thought about him as a person, as a player. We gave him that extension because of the same things. And so, when you have players like that, they are like your fingers. You can’t even be that. You imagine they are not a part of you; they are not here. This is how we feel about Carson. “
While Rosman’s imagination does not extend to a lesser future than Wentz, he did not rule out the possibility that things would turn out this way when asked about the trade.
“That’s not anything we’re talking about right now,” Rosman said. “We are talking about a guy who is extremely talented, who has a great work ethic and does everything we can to put him in the best possible position to be successful.”
Rosman has said several times that the failure of Team Eagles does not entirely fall to one person’s shoulders, but it is clear that putting together the Wintz plan will have a lot to do with the development of the 2021 plan for the Eagles as a whole.