No. 11 with beef half? Not exactly.
Carson Wentz is going to Indianapolis, but may leave his uniform number no. 11 In Philadelphia, that’s if Colts broadband receiver Michael Pittman has something to say about it.
Pittman has given the Colts 11 at the moment, but is not interested in giving up his shirt number, adding that he has “closed”.
“He actually wrote me messages about two hours after the news came out and just asked how I felt about it, and I told him I’d stay, and he told me it was cool and that changing the numbers was so easy.” Pittman said on Monday morning’s “Good Morning Football” air. – I mean, he was a nice guy, so it was amazing.
“I am no. 11. I don’t think there will be an agreement, “Pittman added. to TMZ.
Pittman said Wentz would treat the situation respectfully without asking for a number or squeezing a problem, and that he would feel uncomfortable taking money in exchange for a number.
Colts trade Wentz reunites passer-by with former Philly OC and current Colts HC club Frank Reich, with whom Wentz won the 2017 He did well until the knee injury remained for the rest of the year.
2017 Wentz had an MVP-caliber season with the Eagles: 33 wins to just seven interceptions in 13 games. The Eagles would win Super Bowl 52 with Nick Foles, and the Reich would take over the Colts after the season.
The Colts traded earlier in February 2021. The third and 2022 Conditional second-round election, filling a hole left by retired Philip Rivers. Pittman himself had a good Rookie season with Rivers, catching 40 passes for 503 yards and 13 games.
All is well, which ends well, and of course both parties know that only the numbers they will put out on Sundays next season will matter.