By redskins writer
While the Philadelphia Eagles bask in the success of their first Super Bowl victory, it’s never too early to start wondering about the future.
After Carson Wentz went down with a torn left ACL in December, Nick Foles took over starter duties, leading the Eagles to a 2-1 record down the stretch, and onto an extraordinary playoff run, culminating with their 41-33 victory over the Patriots in Super Bowl LII Sunday.
Both quarterbacks are back next year, Foles on the final year of his deal, but with the Super Bowl MVP around to manage the Eagles into 2018, Wentz needs not rush back from injury. The question is… what comes next?
“It’s really hard to imagine when they go to OTAs in the spring or training camp, Nick Foles — Super Bowl champion and MVP — running with the scout team,” Reuben Frank, of NBC Sports Philadelphia, told The Sports Junkies Tuesday. “It’s just hard to imagine that happening.”
“A lot of it depends on how Carson is,” he said. “And, I’ll tell you what, the way Carson plays, he’s kind of reckless. We talked to him the other day and he’s like, ‘I’m not gonna change the way I...