Carson Wentz to return to 11-on-11 drills

Instant analysis and random observations from Game 2

Instant analysis and random observations from Game 2

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz continues to trend in the right direction as he prepares for the 2018 National Football League season.

Yesterday, ESPN NFL reporter Chris Mortensen let the NFL fans know that Eagles franchise quarterback Carson Wentz has been okayed to do 11-on-11 drills at practice on Sunday afternoon.

This is obviously a very encouraging development.

Last week, Wentz and Doug Pederson explained that the next box to check on Wentz's "Let me play in Week 1" list was to return to 11-on-11 drills in practice this week. Wentz had acknowledged last week that it will be a close call for the coaching staff and medical staff on his availability for the contest. "That's been my goal all offseason ever since the injury".

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"It's going to be close [getting cleared for week one]". I'm still eyeing that date.

"I would love to be out there", Wentz told WIP Radio in Philadelphia earlier this week. At the end of the day, it's not just my decision.

Since Wentz's injury last season, His goal has been to play in the Eagles season opener against the Falcons on September 6. "But it's going to come down if they feel confident in contact, and when that is I can't say yet". He has been rehabbing his left knee that underwent surgical fix of a torn ACL and LCL after being injured in a Week 14 win over the Los Angeles Rams last December 10.

The Eagles have much uncertainty surrounding their quarterback situation that could thrust either Nate Sudfeld and Joe Callahan into the starting job.

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