By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has commented for the first-time since he potentially suffered a season-ending torn ACL. Wentz left the game against the Los Angeles Rams at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in the fourth quarter.
He was initially injured when he scored in the end zone on a rush when Rams safety Mark Barrow hit Wentz in his left knee. He stayed in the game — as he must not have felt any pain — then played four more plays, before leaving the game after a touchdown to Alshon Jeffery.
He also was the first person to congratulate his teammates in the locker room after they joined him at the end of the game. Wentz helped the Eagles get the win over the Rams, before he was replaced by former Eagles starter Nick Foles, who is finished up the game.
After going to the locker room, Wentz was almost immediately ruled out for the rest of the game, which meant the injury had to be serious.
While the Eagles believe that he could miss the rest of the season, NFL Network’s Steve Wyche took a picture outside of the Eagles locker room. If it was a severe injury, Wentz would have been walking with crutches.
Yet, Wyche caught Wentz in the food line with a soft brace on his knee.
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