"We've started the running progression and all those things", Wentz said. "But as far as changing my style of play, that's not going to happen".
That stance isn't going to change until or unless Wentz returns to full health in his recovery from surgery to fix his ACL as well as his LCL.
He said: "You've gotta fight that". "It's human nature to want to be on that podium and be that guy". You grew up wanting to do that as a kid. "But to not be able to be up there - I wouldn't rather have anybody else be up there but Nick". The Eagles might need Foles in case Wentz isn't ready.
Even if Wentz made it clear on Tuesday that his goal is still to be ready to go for the opener, there's still a lot of uncertainty since it's only been fourth months since the injury took place. - Foles will still be in the lineup.
"I know there was some stuff going around, a possible trade, and I would love the opportunity to be a starter again". I know from the first year to the second year I thought I learned quite a bit about protecting myself. I'm signed for one more year and I love the team, I love the city.
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Carson Wentz didn't hold back Tuesday.
Seeing Foles celebrate the title on the podium was hard for Wentz, who was seeing someone else reap the rewards of what largely was his labor. "Nick's not a guy who's going to demand anything". "He's been in a whirlwind", said Wentz.
The Eagles' voluntary workout program started on Monday. And while he hopes to be ready for the first regular-season game, he's not going to put himself at risk if he's not 100 percent.
"I think him and I - I know it's been well-documented - but we've been so close ever since he first got here", Wentz said.
"From the outside looking in, not necessarily knowing all the details, but just kind of using common sense, it seems like they're trying to make an example out of him", Jenkins said of Bennett, via Philly.com's Les Bowen.