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Carson Wentz breaks silence on remarks from Colts' Jim Irsay, Commanders QB says they were 'out of left field'

Carson Wentz is shocked -- shocked, I tell you. The veteran quarterback is currently readying to take the field next NFL season for what will be his third team in as many seasons, after being traded to the Washington Commanders by the Indianapolis Colts in a move that preceded the latter striking a blockbuster deal to acquire former league MVP Matt Ryan from the Atlanta Falcons. But despite having been shipped out of Indy only one year after arriving -- owner Jim Irsay presuming Wentz would be reborn from a reunion with Frank Reich -- Wentz is still surprised at Irsay's take on it all.
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The Indianapolis Colts moved on from former quarterback Carson Wentz this offseason, trading him to the Washington Commanders where he will now look to revive his career. Despite some early success for the Colts last season, the team missed out on the playoffs after a loss to the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 18 where Wentz looked far from impressive.
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Look: Carson Wentz Responds To What Jim Irsay Said

During the NFL's Annual League Meeting in March, Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay referred to the Carson Wentz era as a mistake for the franchise. "I think the worst thing you can do is have a mistake and try to keep living with it going forward," Irsay said, via the Indy Star. "For us, it was something we had to move away from as a franchise. It was very obvious."
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Ohio State football: Marvin Harrison Jr. catches eyes of Kirk Herbstreit, Jim Irsay

Ohio State sophomore wide receiver Marvin Harrison Jr. is catching plenty of eyes entering his sophomore season. The former four-star recruit is expected to play a big role in the receiver’s room. Harrison posted a video as fall camp is just a couple months away. It caught the eyes of Kirk Herbstreit as well as Indianapolis Colts owner Jim Irsay, who saw Harrison grow up when his father, Marvin Harrison, played for the team.
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Colts Owner Jim Irsay Buys Volodymyr Zelensky Signed Baseball For $50k

10:53 AM PT -- Indianapolis Colts owner, Jim Irsay, has revealed that he is the buyer of the baseball ... tweeting about the purchase on Thursday morning. "Added to my @IrsayCollection yesterday at auction," Irsay said, "the only known baseball signed by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy during a visit to NY in 2019. A portion of proceeds going to Ukrainian relief."
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