Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles It is a foregone conclusion that wins is going to get traded out of Philadelphia. We're just dealing in the win, right? It's not. They want to do it. He wants it done. Everyone wants. It does. It's just a question of when. Yeah, an important factor here is we talk about the deadline of being mid March. So really, you know, the Eagles do have some runway here toe work with in terms of getting that trade done. But we should also point to you want to make sure that you keep the leverage when I say leverage. I mean, you want as many teams as interested as possible. So of all of a sudden, a team like the Bears of the Colts go and solidify their position elsewhere because they don't feel like it's going to get done with whence. Then the Eagles might have trouble getting as much as possible for him so beyond that deadline. To me, the real deadline for the Eagles is getting the deal done. While they still have a number of offers on the table to get them as much as possible. That's a really good and important point. I totally agree is we bring everybody in again. Mike Tannenbaum. You're a GM for a number of years with two different franchises. That's kind of the way this game is played right. You need to make the deal as quickly as possible, so you don't lose the leverage. But you don't want to take anything less than you could get. So let's start with this. If you're Brian Pace and you're the general manager of the Chicago Bears and you're gonna call up Philadelphia, what are you offering? You say I want Carson Wentz and I'll give you what? A first round pick? And here is why you have to win this year. And even though there is some risk with Carson one screen, he's a lot more of a stable sort of acquisition, less risky acquisition than any of those quarterbacks in this year's draft. For a variety of reasons and historically about 40% of time quarterbacks taking the first round make the Pro Bowl. So I'm offering a first round pick and I'm standing path. It's interesting that once you get past Trevor Lawrence, there are enough questions about Aled, the other first round quarterbacks in this draft. So Let let's let's let's reframe the question If Carson Wentz was in this draft, which granted, obviously the circumstances are totally different. Mike, Would he be the second quarterback off the board after Lawrence? No question about it. He would go second overall to the New York Jets. He's a guy that's played at a really high level. Obviously, there's a lot of issues right now about his confidence, but there's no question about it. Trevor Lawrence one to Jacksonville, Carson Wentz, number two to the New York Jets. All right, so that that is instructive. And that might give you an idea why some of these other teams might also be interested here, despite the price tag. Damian, what is your sense of this? You're seeing the way this thing is playing out with once in Philly. What? Your thoughts green and I just you know, it's hard to wrap my mind around this whole situation where, um, first of all the compensation that you're gonna have to give up both, uh, contractually and draft pick is just bombarding for guy. Well, last time he played really good football. Like I think people tend to go back to you like 2017 when he was, you know, he most people agree. He probably would have won the M V P if he had finished a season. And it's really been, you know, he's really been average at best since then. And so it's like everyone has been waiting on Carson Wentz. Everyone believes in the talent. Everyone's been waiting, but we haven't seen. We haven't seen Carson Carson Wentz really ball now for a few years. I just think that it Zabriskie at best, but there's no question Jeff to sort of finish it up where we started. There's no question this will happen. The idea that this is not a D Shawn Watson thing, where the organization is still hoping that they will be able to bring him back. The Eagles have resigned themselves to trading Carson Wentz. It's just a question of when they do it. Yeah, Green. I mean, think about the fact, by the way, that this was a contract that felt like the Eagles could not unload any offer to get Carson Wentz off their books. Feels like a pretty good offer at this point, so it's not just about cutting him and dealing with the dead cap space. It's about unloading that contract. We saw essentially what the Rams did with Jared Goff. I don't think that they're going to get that much in this situation. But if they can unload the contract, yeah, this is happening. Look, to bring it all full circle Golf and Went and Dak Prescott all went in the same draft golf and went with the first two picks. You've seen what's happened with that? Thank you for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content. Subscribe to ESPN plus.