By Michael McCarthy
So, it turns out that Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz developed elbow soreness during his rookie season, according to the Inky.
And they didn’t reveal that salient fact to the media or the public.
Let’s see if glove puppet Michael Barkann develops his phony outrage on CSN the way he has over the Sixers’ handing of Joel Embiid’s injury.
From the Inky:
Carson Wentz experienced soreness in his right elbow last season that the Eagles believed was related to his throwing mechanics, sources close to the situation said.
The soreness wasn’t significant enough that Wentz had to be listed on the team’s injury report, and the Eagles also believed that it was partly because the rookie quarterback was throwing more than he ever had in his career. But his elbow pain was significant enough that the Eagles stressed that he took additional time off after the season ended.