"Carson is a great teammate and great player, we are all behind him 100%".
Wentz was also criticized for over-targeting tight end Zach Ertz, who set an National Football League single-season record for tight ends with 116 catches.
The story alleges that Wentz caused unnecessary friction within the offense, refusing to run some of its base concepts because "he felt that was "Foles" stuff, ' sources said".
A similar dynamic unfolded this season, with a back injury sidelining Wentz, a year after his season was ended by a severe knee injury.
The fact that the Eagles strongest players and personalities like Cox and Brooks and Johnson coming to his aid, speaks volumes about how the locker room truly feels.
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One thing is certain: Every one of our sources said the same things nearly verbatim about the relationship between Wentz and Nick Foles: "They love each other, they respect each other and they support each other".
He got them a Super Bowl ring last season and brought them back to the postseason in 2019.
Eagles blog Bleeding Green Nation argued Monday that, after going over the numbers, Wentz did not appear to have targeted Ertz much more than Foles did, nor did he ignore the team's other primary pass-catchers, wide receivers Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor, to any notable degree.
Numerous sources confirmed Wentz was once verbally attacked by a highly respected teammate for not being "a team guy". Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles led Philadelphia's late-season surge and won the final three games of the regular season to put the Eagles back in the playoffs. It also comes with being able to take constructive criticism.
Even though Nick Foles could be on his way out of Philadelphia, the veteran quarterback will always be remembered for his playoff performances over the last two seasons. To stop the Eagles in 2018 under Wentz was rather easy: "Stop No. 86". He likely would have reached the incentive if he didn't get injured in that game.
"A little humility goes a long way".