Carson Wentz’s knee injury may be more significant than originally reported. Wentz had surgery on Wednesday to repair a torn ACL he suffered just a few days prior in the Eagles’ Week 14 win over the Los Angeles Rams. On Sunday, NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport reported that it wasn’t just the ACL. “I talked to Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie earlier in the week about all things related to Carson Wentz, who did undergo surgery this week to repair his torn ACL, a partially torn IT [iliotibial] band, and clean up some meniscus damage,” said Rapoport on the NFL Network. However, the associated injuries are not uncommon.
Report: Carson Wentz Had Surgery To Repair ACL, IT Band, And Clean Up Meniscus
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