No one in the media is a bigger supporter of Carson Wentz than ESPN's Dan Orlovsky. So when Orlovsky discusses Wentz, people generally listen to what he has to say.

Here's what Orlovsky said Wednesday when asked about Wentz's relationship with the Eagles front office.

"A lot of people think there's a built-up animosity between him and that organization in Philly," Orlovsky said on as a guest on the Pat McAfee Show. "A lot of people think that he misses Frank Reich as a human more than just a play caller."

 

It's obviously the biggest question facing the Eagles moving forward.

What to do with Wentz?

It will be one of the biggest storylines of the NFL offseason.

Wentz is just still 27-years old and not to far removed from being one of the top quarterbacks in the league, leading the Eagles to the playoffs the last three seasons, including a possible MVP season in 2017.

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However this season has been a disaster for Wentz, he has looked lost at times, with 15 interceptions and four fumbles lost. Finally the Eagles saw enough and replaced him with second-round rookie Jalen Hurts.

While he has no played well, many people think a change of scenery could do him good, and that he'll have plenty of suitors should the Eagles decide to move him.

"I think a lot of people feel that Carson Wentz feels betrayed and the only person in the NFL that he trusts is Frank Reich."

Orlovsky mentioned Indianapolis, along with Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Detroit as places he could see Wentz land, should the Eagles look to move him.

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