Carson Wentz Shows Admiration For 1 Aspect Of Chiefs’ Success

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Written By Maya Cantina

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After five seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, once-promising quarterback Carson Wentz became a journeyman in the NFL as he proceeded to bounce around the league looking for opportunities to be a starter.

After failed stints with the Indianapolis Colts, Washington Commanders, and Los Angeles Rams, Wentz will suit up for the fifth team of his professional career, as he has agreed to a deal with the Kansas City Chiefs to be the backup quarterback behind superstar Patrick Mahomes.

As Wentz starts a new journey in the league with the defending Super Bowl champion Chiefs, the veteran quarterback recently opened up about his admiration for the culture that legendary head coach Andy Reid has created in Kansas City, according to Harold R. Kuntz of FOX4 News Kansas City.

“The culture that Coach Reid has set, I’ve admired it from afar,” Wentz said.

At this point in his career, Wentz seems to finally be content with a backup role on an NFL roster, as he may have come to the conclusion that he likely won’t be getting another starting gig in the league.

That said, the Chiefs now have the advantage of having an experienced quarterback behind Mahomes, which gives Kansas City a bit of an insurance policy at the position, even though their starter is about as dependable as any player in the league at quarterback.

Along with some insurance behind Mahomes, the Chiefs have also brought in star wide receiver Marquise Brown to add another weapon to the passing game.

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