It looks like the Carson Wentz saga is about to come to an end.

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the team is expected to move Wentz in the coming days, with the destination and compensation to be determined.

Per Schefter and Chris Mortensen:

The Eagles are said to be looking for, in the words of one well-placed source, "a Matthew Stafford package," in return for Wentz.

 

Wentz has yet to speak since being benched in favor of second-round pick Jalen Hurts.  Since then the team has parted ways with Doug Pederson and hired his replacement, Nick Sirianni.

Various reports have indicated that Wentz was unhappy and would like to be moved.

By moving on from Wentz, the Eagles will be taking on $33.8 million in dead cap, the largest in NFL history.

On Friday's edition of Football at Four we discussed where things stand, where teams around the NFL see Wentz being potentially traded, and where we see the situation headed with Adam Caplan

Plus we took a look at:

- Which teams are interested?
- What would be the plan going forward at QB without Wentz?
- What the timeline to move him?

With all that is happening, it appears if Wentz truly wants out, he's about to get his wish.

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