Carson Wentz is Still Putting in All the Work He Can for Eagles
As any fan of Carson Wentz would know, his work ethic is unreal. Even with a torn ACL, the Eagles quarterback is doing what he can to help the team win a Super Bowl.
As the Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback, Wentz has made a name for himself both on and off the field as a leader. He was showing up to the team facility early on a daily basis and staying as late as anyone in preparation for each week. If you think that any of that's changed since his season-ending knee injury in Week 14, think again.
Wentz has been doing what he can to help Eagles quarterback Nick Foles prepare for each game, including this week's NFC Championship matchup in Philadelphia against the Minnesota Vikings. He's watching film with the quarterbacks from 6 to 8:30 a.m. and sits in on all the team meetings before installment of the gameplan when Wentz goes off to his rehab.
You'll see Wentz on the Eagles sideline this weekend with a headset on, doing his part to help Foles and the Eagles offense figure out a tough Minnesota Vikings defense.
Kickoff of the NFC Championship is scheduled for 5:40 CST and will be televised on FOX.