Carson Wentz Injuries Foot
Carson Wentz will have surgery on his foot to fix a broken bone. The broken bone was loose and causing the quarterback pain. The recovery time will be five to twelve weeks. That means that he could be back for the season opener. It also means that he could be sidelined for nearly two months.
Carson Wentz’s foot injury
Carson Wentz will have foot surgery and is out for at least five to 12 weeks, according to multiple reports. The injury reportedly caused a bone to break in his foot. Wentz was hoping to avoid surgery and play in Week 1 against the Seahawks, but the news has made that impossible. The Colts are now looking for a backup quarterback, and Wentz is expected to miss at least half the season.
The injury isn’t life-threatening, but it’s still a major concern. The NFL’s top expert on the foot, Dr. Robert Anderson, will examine Wentz’s foot. In the meantime, he’ll be able to continue practice, but it’s not a good idea for the team to rush Wentz back into action.