The comment comes on the heels of his surgeon, Dr. James Bradley, telling the Eagles that barring a setback, Wentz should be a participant at some point in training camp.
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The Eagles quarterback has a "realistic" chance of making his return in next season's opening game after suffering a torn ACL and LCL in a Week 14 win over the Rams in December, NFL Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
If you would've asked an National Football League fan near the end of the regular season which team would represent the NFC in Super Bowl LII, there's a good chance that many would've answered "the Philadelphia Eagles". "Then it'll be 12 months until he really looks the same". "We're in the Super Bowl". He's been the go-to for Foles when he gets to the sideline, and has been involved in daily preparation in quarterback meetings. And Foles is starting Sunday with the Super Bowl on the line. He continued his success the next season, before injuries ended his season early. After the team declined his option in March of 2017, Foles almost considered quitting football before agreeing to a backup role with the Eagles. Wentz assured reporters he would be good for 2018 before the Super Bowl, but medical staff can only be optimistic.