If the Philadelphia Eagles decide to move on from Nate Sudfeld in the offseason, there will be plenty of potential replacements to consider in the draft.
With the 2020 offseason officially underway for the Philadelphia Eagles, the NFC East champions face numerous key decisions in regards to which players will be back next season, one of which includes Nate Sudfeld.
But after Sudfeld unfortunately suffered a broken wrist in preseason that led Philadelphia to signing Josh McCown as their new backup quarterback, the Indiana product’s future with the Eagles seems uncertain at the moment.
Depending on what the team decides to do over the next few months, the Eagles could always decide to give it another go with Sudfeld since for all they know, he could be their best option to continue backing Wentz up moving forward.
However, if Philadelphia were to decide they would be better off with someone else, the next step would be taking a look at the available candidates in free agency since there would be plenty to choose from.
As great as it would be to consider someone in April’s draft, the Eagles would be better off with someone with experience in case they were needed to step in for Wentz at some point in 2020 as a result of an injury, sort of like McCown did in the playoffs in the loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
So to help prepare for what the offseason could have in store, if Philadelphia were to consider bringing on a replacement to Sudfeld at backup quarterback, here are 10 candidates that immediately come to mind.