Carson Wentz: Also tore left LCL; rehab won’t be significantly impacted

PHIILADELPHIA — Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz spoke to the media for the first time since tearing his ACL against the Los Angeles Rams in December, and revealed that he also tore the LCL in his left knee during that Week 14 game at the Coliseum.

Wentz does not anticipate the additional damage will significantly impact his length of rehab, and he is aiming to be on the field for the regular-season opener in 2018.

“My goal is to be out there Week 1. The timetable stuff, I wish I knew just as much as you guys wish you knew,” he said Friday. “It’s just such a fluid process, and we’ll just see what happens.”