Eagles coach confirms Carson Wentz has no limitations at OTAs
Carson Wentz missed a large portion of the offseason with the Philadelphia Eagles last year as he recovered from ACL surgery, and the quarterback appears to be off to a much better start from a health standpoint this year.
On Tuesday, Eagles head coach Doug Pederson confirmed that Wentz will not have any limitations during organized team activities.
#Eagles coach Doug Pederson confirms no limitations for QB Carson Wentz as the team hits the field for OTAs.
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) May 21, 2019
That obviously puts Wentz on track to be a full participant in minicamp and training camp, which is important this year now that Nick Foles has signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Wentz suffered stress fractures in his back last season and admitted as recently as a month ago that he is not 100 percent recovered from the injury, so the Eagles will likely continue to be cautious with him during the spring and summer. That said, they have made it clear they are not worried about his long-term health.