By Peter Gleason
Eagles legend Jason Peters said during an interview with SiriusXM radio he expects Colts head coach Frank Reich — who was Carson Wentz’s quarterback coach for the first couple seasons of his career — to get the most out of the former No. 2 pick in the 2016 draft.
Check out these quotes, which sound as if the 38-year-old Peters is auditioning for an offensive line job in Indy:
“One thing I do know about Frank, he’s gonna put Carson in the best position,” Peters said, via Myles Simmons of Pro Football Talk. “He’s not just going to let [Wentz] just go out there [and] have bad mechanics, or just go out there and throw bad balls. He’s going to put him in the best spots. He’s going to correct him when he’s wrong, and vice versa. They’re going to communicate with each other and all that good stuff.
“So I think Frank’s going to bring the best out of Carson with the Colts, because I’ve seen it when we were on the Super Bowl run. They were great tougher and that’s a good fir for Carson, I think. He’s going to get back to his MVP caliber of play.”