Carson Wentz is off to a fresh start in his career – again. After just one season in Indianapolis, the Colts traded him to the Washington Commanders, with whom he’ll face the Eagles for the first time.

Back in the day, Wentz was expected to be a franchise quarterback for the Eagles. But nothing has been the same for him after a season-ending injury in 2016, when he was on pace to win MVP.

Philadelphia ended up winning a long-awaited Super Bowl that year, and even though Wentz was not under center in the final stretch of the campaign, fans give him a lot of credit and have the best memories of his time in Philly. So, when the Commanders visit Lincoln Financial Field in Week 10, it will certainly be an emotional game for Wentz and the Eagles.

Carson Wentz ‘excited’ but calm ahead of first game in Philadelphia since leaving Eagles

I know that’ll be a big game. A lot of emotions,” Wentz said, via CBS Sports. “I’m sure fans will eat that one up and it’ll be fun — make for a good storyline. But at the end of the day, it’s going to be just another ballgame. It’s going to be a huge divisional game for us when that one comes. So I’m excited for it, but at the same time, I’m trying not to get too excited for that one, because, again, it’s just football. Can’t press. Can’t do too much.”

Needless to say, many great memories will come to his mind when he sets foot in Philly. However, Wentz can’t get distracted as this year could be crucial in his career.