Could the Eagles do business with the Colts again or trade Reagor to a familiar foe?
There are all of these connections that can be made between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Indianapolis Colts. The Carson Wentz dynamic is familiar. Indy’s head coach, Frank Reich, as you know, is a former Eagles offensive coordinator.
Philly found their current head coach, Nick Sirianni, on the Colts’ coaching staff. He was their offensive coordinator from 2018 until 2020. We’ve even seen players swap Colts jerseys for Eagles jerseys (Zach Pascal) and vice versa (Rodney McLeod).
These two organizations seem friendly as do their owners and general managers. Could a deal be made involving Jalen Reagor and maybe a Colts player and/or picks?
The goal here wasn’t to make mention of Carson Wentz twice. It truly wasn’t, but now that he’s with the Washington Commanders, he does need some weapons.
Outside of Terry McLaurin and Antonio Gibson, the Washington Commanders don’t have much to hang their hats on offensively, and while it would seem like trading with a rival can be viewed as a bad business practice, we’ve seen it happen before.
The Eagles traded Donovan McNabb to Washington on April 4th of 2010. Who’s to say that they couldn’t deal Reagor? These deals between rivals seem to occur more frequently when the original team seems to think a player doesn’t have much left, and while many believe that Howie still has hope for Reagor’s breakout, for the right price, the Commanders and Eagles could strike a deal.