Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz will train to a limited extent when the defending champions open the training camp.
According to NFL Network's report Ian Rapoport becomes Wentz last December its ACL g Even though the Los Angeles Rams had broken, not starting on the physically incompetent list was thought to be possible before.
ESPN.com Chris Mortensen added that Wentz will attend "single and seven-seven exercises to monitor progress and later on, will identify medical staff if it is correct to do full team work. "
Wentz also participated in single and seven-seven exercises in organized team activities ,
Last month, Mortensen appeared on ESPN's NFL Live and said he was " started believing that Carson Wentz be ready for the opener "6. September against the Atlanta Falcons.
Head Coach Doug Pederson, however, has refused to discuss Timelines in detail.
"I can not say I do not know now" Pederson told NBC Sports Peter King. "I can tell you that it will not be Doug Pederson's decision – it's going to be a doctors' decision – Carson has to be 100 percent before he takes over the field – I'm." I will totally rely on my medical staff.
Regardless, all indications are that Wentz's recovery is proceeding according to plan.
"Rehab was great," he told NFL Network Good Morning Football in May. "It's a pretty long process. Everything is going well so far. My goal is to be ready for Week 1. As an aggressive player, I will not change. I think I'll be better than ever. " In the fall, Wentz is not back at 100 percent in September, the Eagles have the luxury of panning to Super Bowl 52 MVP Nick Foles attempted to lower the Falcons eight months after defeating Philadelphia to a 15-10 win against Atlanta in the Division Round of the NFC playoffs.