Former NFL GM Says Veteran QB Could Resurrect His Career

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Written By Maya Cantina

The Kansas City Chiefs have made a surprising quarterback move by signing Carson Wentz to a one-year deal.

The team already had two backups on the roster, but neither of them have the career experience of Wentz.

A move like this could be puzzling at first, especially since there isn’t a path to Wentz starting for the Chiefs without an injury to Patrick Mahomes.

However, as Mike Tannenbaum has recently pointed out, this move is less about the Chiefs and more about Wentz.

As Tannenbaum outlined in a tweet, “Outstanding move by Carson Wentz, after playing under Sean McVay and Andy Reid, it could go a long way to resurrecting his career.”

At one time, Wentz was viewed as one of the best quarterbacks in the league, but that hasn’t been the case for several years.

With any luck, Wentz will find his way back to relevance over the next year, working hard in the Chiefs’ system to get his mojo back.

There could come a time when an NFL team is looking for a player with Wentz’s experience, and if that is the case, being a member of the Chiefs’ organization could help him land a new gig.

Reid is seen as one of the best head coaches in the league, and if he can impart any wisdom upon Wentz, his career will likely be better as a result.

Plus, being in the same quarterback room as Mahomes can’t be a bad thing for anyone, no matter how much NFL experience they may have.

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