All the details of his current contract can be read at the linked article but safe to say it's in the best interest of the team to move on from Ertz in a cap-saving move. Younger tight end Dallas Goedert is fully expected to sit atop the depth chart and Ertz is expected to be traded but as of this writing, nothing appears imminent and it's not out of the question the team pays the price to retain him in 2021. Ertz struggled with injury in 2020, seeing time in only 11 games on his way to a disappointing 36/335/1 campaign and says he wishes to remain with the team. In his age-31 season, DLF's TE17 continues to slip in dynasty rankings while fantasy coaches hope for a trade to improve the fading star's 2021, and beyond, prospects. Ertz is best owned as a back-end TE2 on competing teams until more is learned about his starting situation.