The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback is taking a page from a playbook by showing his commitment to the team’s future.
The Eagles quarterback has spent the first few weeks of training camp in a very different position from his peers.
The first thing I noticed about Wentz is how he’s not wearing pads like most quarterbacks do.
He’s not playing with his feet in the pocket, like some other quarterbacks.
And he’s in pads at all times, even when he’s running.
That’s because he wants to be able to take advantage of his athleticism to take off from the pocket when the time comes.
“The last couple of weeks I’ve been working with the offensive line a lot more,” Wentz said.
“They’re always trying to get me to stay as far away from my pads as possible.
I’ve got to get comfortable with it.””
It’s a lot different.
I’ve got to get comfortable with it.”
Wentz is working with a variety of offensive linemen, from tackle Riley Reiff to guard Lane Johnson, and it was obvious the two teams are working together on the offensive play calling, as the Eagles will have the majority of their offensive linemen working with Wentz.
Wentis said he’s learned a lot from his experience at North Dakota State, and he expects to continue to learn and improve.
“When I started in college, I was in a situation where I didn’t have the same coaching staff and the same coaches that I do now.
That was the biggest thing for me,” Wentis said.
I wanted to go to a college that was good, and I’m here at a college where I know how to coach football, so that’s what I’m going through.
“I’m very proud of my work ethic.
I’m not going to get frustrated by it.
I understand that it’s a different game, but I’m also very passionate about it.
So it’s just going to keep growing.”
The Eagles’ quarterback is excited about the chance to be the focal point of their offense.
“My goal this year is to be one of the top two or three quarterbacks in the league,” Wentos said.