ESPN The Philadelphia Eagles are concerned that quarterback Carson Wentz tore his left ACL, sources tell ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Manual testing revealed that the ACL was loose. In such cases, the likelihood of a tear is high, which is why the team fears that the ligament is torn. Wentz was seen walking inside the locker room with a heavy, black brace on his left knee. He is scheduled to undergo an MRI tomorrow in Philadelphia. Wentz exited the Eagles’ 43-35 win against Los Angeles Rams late in the third quarter Sunday and was ruled out.
Horrible news for the Philadelphia Eagles, who were clearly the best team in the NFC all season long, but their Super Bowl dreams may be shattered as the team fears star quarterback Carson Wentz suffered a torn ACL during their win over the Rams. Wentz scrambled towards the end zone and took a big hit when scoring a touchdown, but the touchdown was negated by a negated by a holding penalty, and Wentz was injured on the play. Wentz left the game, did not return, and was seen struggling to walk post game due to the knee injury. If Wentz is out for the season, the Eagles hopes of winning the NFC take a huge hit, and their dream season could be over quickly in the playoffs.