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Report: Former Eagles QB Carson Wentz finds new home with NFC team

It took ten weeks, but Carson Wentz is back in the NFL.

Per multiple reports, the Los Angeles Rams are signing Wentz to be Matthews Stafford’s primary backup.

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Wentz, 30, last played for the Washington Commanders in 2022 after a one-year stint in Indianapolis. He lost his job to Taylor Heinicke after breaking a finger and went 2-5 as the starter, leading to his release.

The former Eagles QB hasn’t sustained much success since departing Philadelphia, and his erratic playstyle + injury history left many teams reluctant to sign him. Studying under Sean McVay should be a good spot for him.

It is a bit of a full-circle moment for Wentz, who is now joining the team responsible for his demise in 2017. Wentz has thrown for 22,129 yards, 151 TDs, and 66 INTs across his seven-year career.

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Victor Williams is the host/producer of The Philly Pod on iHeartRadio and leads all Eagles coverage as co-founder of The Liberty Line.

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