Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz is out ‘indefinitely’ and may need minor surgery on an injured foot.
Wentz joined the Colts in March after a trade with Philadelphia in the hope that he could get his career back on track.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
But the second overall pick of the 2016 draft was injured in Thursday practice and has missed Friday’s session to undergo medical attention.
'He’s been with the docs. They’re trying to figure out what the [injury] is. They’re still evaluating what the next move is and how bad it is and then we’ll go from there,’ said offensive coordinator Marcus Brady.
‘We should know something shortly.’
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ESPN’s Adam Schefter and Mike Wells broke the story. NFL Network's Mike Garafolo and NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport added that Wentz may need to go under the knife after visiting foot specialist Robert Anderson.
After the Colts let Jacoby Brissett walk in the offseason, Wentz was replaced by second year quarterback Jacob Eason.
‘We just want to continue to get him reps,’ said Brady said when asked about Eason. ‘He made some good plays, he made some bad plays, and we need to make sure that he's learning from those mistakes.’
The Colts are said to be optimistic that Wentz will recover in time for the season opener against Seattle on September 12 - but if he is to miss a significant part of the season, there are a number of options.
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