Too much risk for Carson Wentz to play in preseason?

Coach Doug Pederson recently reinforced the Philadelphia Eagles will play it safe with Carson Wentz during training camp.The team’s franchise quarterback continues to work back from a torn ACL and LCL, and he hasn’t participated in a lot of team drills during training camp.Pederson emphasized Friday that Wentz did not suffer a setback and the scaling back to keep Wentz in a controlled environment remains part of the team’s plan ahead of the regular season.And with four preseason games on the schedule, part of the plan could involve not seeing Wentz in action before the games count in the win-loss column.”I wouldn’t be surprised at all if we did not see him in a preseason game,” NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport said Sunday during a segment on Inside Training Camp Live. “Why would they? Why risk him? And that’s one thing that’s been pretty clear here.”The Eagles are covered at the quarterback position with Nick Foles, and can more than afford to give Wentz extra time to work himself back before contact.Additionally, the Eagles head coach told reporters last week he saw enough of Wentz in team-related drills early in training camp to feel comfortable on the quarterback’s progress.”What I saw — again, last week, a week ago — is good enough at this time,” Pederson said Friday.

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