(January 4, 2021): On Monday's edition of Football at Four, Geoff Mosher joins The Sports Bash talking:

*Perspective on Howie Roseman and Doug Pederson having a press conference together along with why they did it that way

*Analysis of Roseman and Pederson comments on Carson Wentz's future with the Eagles organization

*What is the takeaway from Carson Wentz declining to speak with the media after the final game of the season

*Is Jalen Hurts the future of the Eagles at Quarterback or does the organization have to draft another player to be their starting Quarterback

*Is Carson Wentz on the Eagles Roster for the 2021 NFL season and can the Eagles trade him

*Did anything Jalen Hurts say to the media seem like a shot at Carson Wentz

*Should the Eagles have a fair and open Quarterback competition heading into the 2021 season

*What changes can we expect to see from the Eagles organization this offseason

*Could the Eagles actually consider drafting another Quarterback in the 2021 NFL Draft

*Thoughts on how the Eagles loss to the Washington Football Team played out and the perception of it by those watching

*Perspective on the Eagles restructuring the contracts of Alshon Jeffery and Malik Jackson

*What is Desean Jackson's future with the Eagles

*Does the Eagles organization look at their roster next season with guys returning from injuries and know they will be much better in 2021

*Was there any indication before recent weeks that there is a fractured relationship between Doug Pederson and Carson Wentz

*Is Carson Wentz stubborn and difficult to coach along with how that impacts his relationships with people in the Eagles organization

*Would the Eagles actually draft a Linebacker with the Sixth Overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft

*Is Wide Receiver a legitimate option for the Eagles with the Sixth Overall pick and would that make sense for the organization's plans for next season

(Geoff Mosher is an NFL Reporter and Eagles Insider who Co-Hosts "Inside The Birds Podcast" along with writing for Insidethebirds.com)

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