The coming months could include a flurry of deals for some of the biggest names in professional football. Here’s a summary of some of the most intriguing deals Deshaun Watson and Sam Darnold can be on the move in the off-season. Photography: Stephen Ryan / Getty Images Carson Wentz, Philadelphia Eagles Age: 28. Career lapse: 113. Career path interceptions: 50. Career path passer rating: 89.2 Why the Eagles could trade him: Wentz was the worst player in the Football League America in 2020 in a range of classifications. He led the league in interceptions (15) and sacks (50) despite playing in only 12 matches, while ranking 33 in the yards per attempt (6.0) and 34th in both the bystander rating (72.8) and the achievement percentage (57.4%). Why the Eagles could keep him: He was the best runaway player during the 2017 season until he suffered a knee injury at the end of the season in the December match against Rams. It wasn’t that long ago. Philadelphia believed in him enough to sign him a four-year extension, $ 128 million in July 2019. Even if they exchanged Wentz before his bonus was activated on March 19, the Eagles would receive $ 33.8 million in the event of a knockout. Potential destinations: It appears to be a two-horse race between ponies and bears. Indianapolis coach Frank Reich was the Eagles’ attack coordinator during Wentz’s best season and needed a midfielder after Philip Rivers retired. Chicago is also in the QB market after the qualifiers took place despite a weak position. Trade Likelihood: 9/10. Wentz and Eagles gave every indication of their willingness to break up. The Colts appear to be the club’s leaders, but are less inclined to overpay than the Bears. Sam Darnold, New York Jets Age: 23. Career decline: 45. Career path interceptions: 39. Career path passage rating: 78.6 Why planes can trade in: Darnold was selected with pick 3 in the 2018 draft as the midfielder who was Going to get around the franchise and … the franchise didn’t turn around. There is little evidence he’s improving (he’s ranked 33 out of 33 qualified quarterbacks in the league in the ESPN QBR Rankings for the 2020 season) but he’s got enough raw talent that a team in need in the middle can attack him. Jets also has global choice # 2 in this year’s draft, so you can quickly find a replacement. Why the planes could hold him: Darnold is still only 23 years old – younger than last year’s number one, Joe Burrow – and he clearly has the talent to be a good player at first. It’s also hard to blame Darnold for the Jets’ failures since his arrival – he’s got little guns at the receiver and his attack line often seemed to consist of Mekhi Becton and some players (who are now fired) Adam Gas once met in a bar. Sure, planes could replace Darnold with Justin Fields or Zach Wilson in the draft, but are they guaranteed to be better? Potential Destinations: Colts, Bears, Saints, and Washington have all been linked with Darnold and the planes have been taking calls from teams interested in the trade. One interesting possibility is the 49ers, who may move from Jimmy Garoppolo, opening the way for Darnold to return to his native California. Trade Likelihood: 6/10. There is definitely a market for Darnold out there, and the Jets have praised him as he stops saying he will be the start of their team in 2021. It may have to do with whether the team will offer him a pick in the first round. If so, the Jets will have three picks from the first round this year and two in 2022 – solid foundations to rebuild around the new midfielder. Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson is unhappy with his attacking streak but is unlikely to leave Seattle. Photo: Eileen Thompson / AP Age: 32. Career path decline: 267. Career path interceptions: 81. Career path passage rating: 101.7 Why Seahawks can trade it: Seahawks management is said to be unhappy because Wilson told any reporter who would like to Hearing that he is unhappy with the number of strikes he eliminated for years behind the dodging team’s offensive line. Dan Patrick also told him he wasn’t sure if he was available to trade or not, which you don’t expect to hear from a player behind a franchise owner. Why Seahawks can keep it: Wilson is a very popular future hall of farmers whose favorite pastime helps kids break out of poverty. Potential Destinations: Wilson’s service favorite is particularly delicious: Seahawks’ former rivals NFC West, Las Vegas Raiders. Having a league midfielder leading the team would be a huge draw when fans are finally accepted into the new Raiders Stadium, and there have been rumors that Derek Carr is on his way out. Cowboys, yet to decide Dak Prescott’s future, are another possibility. Trade Likelihood: 2/10. Wilson is a future hall of fame for farmers whose favorite hobby helps children out of poverty. Jimmy Garoppolo, San Francisco 49ers Age: 29. Career lapse: 51. Career Path Interceptions: 26. Career Path Passage Rating: 98.9 Why 49ers Can Swap It: The 49ers, mainly due to the War & Peace casualty list in 2020, Number 12 in this year’s draft. While Garoppolo is a solid midfielder, in the “Never Lose Games” category he’s more than someone whose genius will propel the Niners into the Super Bowl. Set to Win $ 26.6 Million in 2021: Would San Francisco be better off bartering it, recruiting a cheaper junior midfielder and then riding him to the Super Bowl with the Super Bowl? Why the 49 Players Can Keep It: Garoppolo is often mocked for paying millions of dollars to hand over the ball for the appearance of the Niners. But a year ago, he was a quarter of an hour away from defeating Patrick Mahomes to clinch the San Francisco Super Bowl, and after Trevor Lawrence – there are no sure things among midfielders in this year’s tryout class. Potential Destinations: The most interesting option is to return to the New England Patriots. After Cam Newton and Tom Brady, Bates was able to continue his career as a very handsome midfielder, and Bill Bilesic was a fan of Garoppolo during his tenure as Brady supporter. Newton failed to convince it was a long-term option for the Patriots last season, so Bilesic might return to the amount known in Garoppolo. Trade Likelihood: 4/10. Both General Manager John Lynch and head coach Kyle Shanahan said they expected Garoppolo to be the primary midfielder in 2021. They also had the opportunity to co-chase Matthew Stafford, but were content with Ramez’s deal with the Lions. Deshaun Watson, Houston Texans Age: 25. Career decline: 104. Career path interceptions: 36. Career path passage rating: 104.5 Why Texans can trade with him: For some reason, Watson wants to exit a franchise with a history of trading away from The stars for a pittance, favoritist hiring decisions, angering their players and not listening to the talented midfielder in the team’s history. This means the face of the franchise is extremely unhappy, which could make the team even more dysfunctional than it actually is for years to come. Watson is a hilariously talented midfielder, who can throw every throw in the book and do amazing feats with his legs. There are teams who are happy to share the huge array of recruiting options for him, allowing Houston to start over after Bill O’Brien’s disastrous reign and a rebuilding toward efficiency. Why Texas might keep it: Watson might be unhappy, but Texas has a contract and is not obligated to swap it. And why are they? He is the best player in team history and the draft they can pick up in return are just odds. Once the poison of the last few months has faded a bit, Watson might decide he can go ahead with a city where he’s a hero. After all, isn’t it like Houston has a recent history of losing its biggest star? right? Potential Destinations: Dolphins and Planes are the two most visible teams. Both have a capital project, a roof room to accommodate Watson’s salary and the young midfielders who can either head to Houston as part of the trade or trade on their own in order to have more options for sending her to Texas. Watson is said to be open to both teams – the Dolphins have a good young core and a great coach at Brian Flores, while New York is the largest (and most worn out) market in American sport. Of course, Watson has the power at this step as well, clause not to trade in his contract, which means he can object to any deal if he doesn’t like the look of the team he’s turning to. Trade Likelihood: 6/10. Difficult to communicate. Watson wants out, but Texas is said to be telling interested teams that they won’t trade in the middle. Of course, they would say that if they wanted to get a price as high as possible for someone they could still be one of the best players in the league in another 15 years. Much depends on how much other teams are willing to pay, and how well Texas can calm Watson. Houston doesn’t seem to be doing well on the latter, sacking a celebrity backroom team and hiring a new head coach, David Cooley, who hasn’t changed Watson’s opinion about his future with the team.