Philadelphia Eagles Rumors: Carson Wentz Trade? + Miles Sanders & Alshon Jeffery Injury News

Eagles news and rumors are mostly positive coming out of the bye week! Miles Sanders and Alshon Jeffery injury updates on today’s show, PLUS Isaac Seumalo injury news as well. Could the Eagles trade Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts this offseason? Eagles Now host Thomas Mott gives you an update on all Eagles news and rumors in today’s video.

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Eagles injuries have held them back this season, but finally, some good news! Miles Sanders and Alshon Jeffery are set to return for the Eagles’ Week 10 matchup against the Giants. Isaac Seumalo also had his 21-day practice window activated and could be back soon.

Carson Wentz trade rumors continue to grow, as Boomer Esiason speculated the Colts would be interested if Philadelphia moves on from him. Wentz had his best season with former offensive coordinator Frank Reich in 2017, but would the Eagles consider trading their franchise QB in the 2021 offseason?

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Full list of news and rumors from today’s show:
- Miles Sanders injury latest
- Alshon Jeffery injury update
- Isaac Seumalo news
- Carson Wentz trade to Colts?

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