Carson Wentz tossing passes in warm-ups for Eagles

Jan 29 2018 St. Paul MN USA Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz is interviewed during Super Bowl LII Opening Night at Xcel Energy Center. Mandatory Credit Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

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Wentz is still wearing a brace on his left knee, and Rapoport reported that if Wentz had exclusively torn his ACL, he would be out of this brace.

And remarkably, Brees and Foles are now the only two Texas high school quarterbacks to ever start in the Super Bowl after Foles made his start on Sunday night.

Now, according to NFL Media's Ian Rapoport, that's in no way a guarantee. In the past, when Foles has retreated, he has thrown off his back foot, with less velocity and accuracy, and often put himself right in the path of edge rushers taking wide paths to the quarterback.

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Despite suffering this horrific injury, most figured Wentz would be back and ready to go in time for the 2018 season. "But there is optimism". But since the LCL was also torn - which Wentz didn't disclose until last week - and that can make the rehab process take a little longer.

If the Eagles are able to achieve the upset, Foles will have plenty to do with it. The veteran has one year remaining on his contract.

Of course, the focus will be on Super Bowl LII as the Eagles look to bring home their first Lombardi trophy. The comment comes on the heels of his surgeon, Dr. James Bradley, telling the Eagles that barring a setback, Wentz should be a participant at some point in training camp.

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