Carson Wentz talks about his injury

Carson Wentz talks about his injury

The Philadelphia Eagles face long odds to win Super Bowl LII, and the fact that they'll roll into Minneapolis led by a quarterback who began the season as a backup has a lot to do with that.

This is the first time Wentz has spoken with the media since his injury on December 10th. Coach [Doug] Pederson and everyone establishing that culture, and coming in at the same time with them, it's just been great to just establish that together. Although he had an outstanding season himself, everybody wrote the Eagles off for the rest of the season when Wentz went down.

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Wentz's year ended prematurely when he tore the ACL in his left knee during a Week 14 win over the Los Angeles Rams, but he anticipates being back for the Eagles' first game in 2018.

Wentz revealed on Friday that he also sustained a torn LCL, but predicted that he will be ready for the start of next season. I'm going to push and do everything I can to be ready.

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"We have the culture around here, and I've said it since I got here: We have some special people without a doubt", Wentz said. "I 100 percent believe I'll be back better than ever, stronger than ever, with no looking back". Foles has played well in his stead, including during last week's NFC Championship Game, when he threw for 352 yards and three touchdowns while completing almost 80 percent of his passing attempts. Wentz, 25, said Friday that when he returns to the field in several months, he won't alter his playing style.

"I am who I am". "We were talking today, I know he wants to be out there with us playing. As far as being aggressive and the player I am, that won't change".

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Foles discussed how much Wentz's support means to the team.

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