Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said Monday that trading quarterback Carson Wentz is “not anything we’re talking about right now.”Granted, that statement came on a Zoom call less than 24 hours after Wentz was inactive for the Eagles’ season-ending loss to The Washington Football Team. And it hasn’t dissuaded oddsmakers from offering a market on where the former No. 2 overall pick might play next season.The 28-year-old Wentz signed a four-year, $128 million extension with the Eagles in June 2019. He is due a $10 million bonus and his $22 million salary for 2022 becomes full guaranteed on the third day of the NFL league year, giving the Eagles until March to make a decision.Should Philadelphia choose to cut ties with Wentz, Indianapolis has the shortest odds of being his next destination, according to Sportsbetting.ag odds.Carson Wentz next team if traded or released:Indianapolis Colts, +150Chicago Bears, +200New England Patriots, +500San Francisco 49ers, +600Denver Broncos, +700Detroit Lions, +700The Washington Football Team, +800Pittsburgh Steelers, +900The Colts qualified for the playoffs as the seventh seed in the AFC and will play at Buffalo on wild-card weekend. Coach Frank Reich recently said quarterback Philip Rivers has “multiple years left,” but the 39-year-old is on a one-year contract and will become a free agent after the season.