Tony Dungy: Carson Wentz not 'salvageable' in Philly


It's one thing for hot take artists to say Carson Wentz is done in Philadelphia, but when 65-year-old Pro Football Hall Of Famer, analyst, and current Houston Texans advisor says it, your ears perk up a bit.

"I don't think so now," Dungy said on WFAN's Moose and Maggie show when asked if Wentz is salvageable in Philadelphia.

"Again, I go back to Denny Green and he told me when I was a very young coach, if you take your starting quarterback out, you're telling your team you're ready to move on. It's hard to say, 'Hey we took Carson Wentz for whatever reason. We put Jalen Hurts in, but now we can go back to Carson, he's OK now.'

"I think that really becomes tough, especially the way Hurts played. I personally, would not have taken Carson out, but once you did I think you've kind of made a statement."

Former NFL QB Dan Orlovsky said he is hearing there is "built up animosity" between Wentz and the Eagles and the only person he trusts in the NFL is Colts head coach Frank Reich.

Where there's smoke, there's usually fire.