Carson Wentz is not interested in a backup role, Jolen Hurtz will want to leave the Philadelphia Eagles if QB continues

Carson Wentz is not interested in becoming a backup quarterback and would like to move on from the Eagles if the current situation continues in Philadelphia – with Jillian Hurt continuing in Philadelphia, sources close to the team told ESPN.

Although the Eagles’ quarterback situation has been fluid in the remaining three games of the current season, Wentz is not happy with the way events have unfolded in the organization, according to sources.

Eagles coach D Pedg Peders has not said whether the quarterback switch is permanent – just to announce Hurtz as a starter for Sunday – but player and team sources told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen last week that Hurtz will be a starter this season.

Philadelphia’s decision to take Wentz’s bench for the Hurts has attracted the attention of other teams around the NFL, with some expecting inquiries about Wentz’s availability in the trade, according to sources.

The Eagles (4-8-1), the NFC have a long shot to win in the East but are still in controversy, starting their final three games against the Cardinals on Sunday, while Hurtz will make his second straight start in place of Wentz. Rookie led Philadelphia to an upset win over the New Relians last Sunday and could make the decision for the Philadelphia franchise quarterback more difficult if he continues to play well.

The Eagles picked up the Hurts with their second-round pick in this year’s draft and gradually worked them into their offense, initially making them under special center in limited special packages before giving them a full-time job – and Wentz – Benching – against the Packers in Week 13.

Hurtz played well in Green Bay, but was even better last week against New Orleans, passing for 167 yards and running 18 times for 106 yards. He became the fifth Eagles quarterback to run for 100 yards in a Super Bowl era game when he took no sacks and turned the ball once.

Initially saying they weren’t sure who would start on Sunday, the Padres announced this past Monday that Hurtz would be a starter against Arizona.

Team sources told ESPN earlier this month that the Eagles intend to keep Wentz despite his season-long struggles and want him to move a large part of his team forward.

But if the Eagles finally decide to move on from Wentz, they must make that decision on the second day of the 2021 league year – mid-March – because on the third day of the league year, their 22 22 million base salary is fully guaranteed for 2022 and The 2021 roster bonus 10 million is also paid.