The Chicago Bears have been amongst several recent trade rumors involving Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz.
The most recent report states that Chicago may be growing frustrated with Philadelphia in these trade talks. Just how soon could both sides get a deal done?
Last weekend a plethora of social media accounts, supposedly connected in one way or another to either team, started a fire with these rumors. Many of them claimed to have insight into the situation, but at the moment, none of it seems clear.
At one point, there were folks saying the Eagles wanted multiple first-round draft picks in a deal for Wentz. Then, some even said that Philadelphia wanted multiple players in their return. Other reports claimed to know the number of teams involved in the Wentz talks.
Still, nothing is certain. What we do know is this: Wentz will be traded and there are at least four teams who have called, per Ian Rapoport.
What could the Bears realistically offer for Wentz? Moreover, what should they offer?
There are options aplenty, but general manager Ryan Pace needs to be careful. Trading too much will set the franchise back even further, and nobody knows whether or not Wentz can revert to who he was from 2017-2019.
The following deals are possibilities but should Pace and his front office feel satisfied with any of them?