During the first day of OTAs, Carson Wentz looks like he’s made a lot of progress in his rehab program. As you know, Wentz suffered a torn ACL and LCL in the week 14 game vs. the Los Angeles Rams.
Despite suffering the injury, diving for a touchdown that was ultimately called back due to a penalty, Wentz stayed in the game to finish the drive. He ultimately threw a touchdown pass to Alshon Jeffery, his 33rd touchdown pass of the season, which surpassed Sonny Jurgensen’s 1961 team record of 32 touchdown passes.
On day one of OTAs, Wentz looked good as he went through drills, taking snaps and moving around. Just 5 months after having gone through surgery to repair the damage, Wentz sure looks ahead of schedule and possibly right on schedule to start week 1 vs. the Atlanta Falcons at Lincoln Financial Field on opening night.
Check out the video below to see how well he was moving around.