Stephen A. – ‘If anybody can fix Carson Wentz, it’s Frank Reich’ | Stephen A’s World

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On Stephen A’s World, Stephen A. Smith reacts to the report from NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the Philadelphia Eagles traded quarterback Carson Wentz to the Indianapolis Colts for two draft picks. Stephen A. explains why Wentz is lucky to have head coach Frank Reich and the Colts’ offensive line.

0:00 Adam Schefter reports Carson Wentz trade

0:38 Stephen A. reacts to the news

1:00 Why Frank Reich is the answer to Carson Wentz

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