New group. New city. New number for Carson Wentz.
The quarterback put onNo 11 for his 5 periods in Philadelphia after wearing it throughout his university days atNorth Dakota State Heading to (*11 *) complying with recently’s profession, Wentz evidently will not be spying the number far from the guy currently showing off the Colts’ 11.
Joining NFL Network’s Good Morning Football on Monday, receiverMichael Pittman Jr claimed he informed Wentz he intended to maintainNo 11.
“He actually texted me about two hours after the news broke, and he just asked me how I felt about it, and I told him that I was gonna stay, and he said that that was cool and that he would switch numbers, and it was that easy,” Pittman claimed. “I mean, he was a chill guy about it, so that was awesome.”
The second-year wideout was practical concerning preserving the number. Usually, a higher-profile gamer can acquire a number from a more youthful colleague however, as Pittman informed TMZ, “I don’t think there’s any deal that is gonna be done.”
Wentz’s obvious giving in emphasizes that the QB awaits a clean slate on all degrees.
Pittman had a solid novice project showing offNo 11. He assembled 503 lawns and also a TD in 13 video games, consisting of 8 begins. With solid run-after-catch abilities and also strong route-running, the young wideout is topped for a Year 2 jump in Indy.
After playing his novice period withPhilip Rivers, Pittman is delighted to deal with Wentz.
“I think that it’s awesome because we get a guy who’s young, we get a guy who has a big arm, a guy who is a proven guy, and a guy that led his team to a Super Bowl,” Pittman claimed. “So, I think that he’s great for us.”
The 23-year-old USC item included that Wentz’s enhancement maintains the Colts as title challengers in a jampacked AFC.
“Absolutely,” Pittman claimed. “I think that coach (Frank) Reich and (GM Chris) Ballard have done a great job of building, and I think that we have all of the pieces that we need to make that run.”