The Facts: Wentz admits it was "super-frustrating" missing out on postseason play for a second straight year. A stress fracture was discovered in his back after a Week 14 game against the Dallas Cowboys, and he was forced to sit out the rest of the way. Foles stepped in and helped rally the team to three straight wins and a playoff berth. Wentz suffered a torn ACL/LCL in his left knee last December. He recognizes that some will now label him injury-prone. "I realize that's other people's opinions on things. I first and foremost am looking forward to hopefully putting that to rest over the next couple years," he said.
Diehards Line: Wentz added: "I know I will be fine. I know once I get healed and I do this the right way, long term this should be fine and not come back. That's the positive." Wentz did not put a timetable on his recovery but said he hopes to be on the field with his teammates when the offseason conditioning program starts in the spring. "Assuming rehab and everything goes well, hopefully come April, once we get rolling again, I can be back out there where that wasn't necessarily the case last year," he said. "So I think just going through the whole offseason program with everybody and being out there will be really big for us." Everybody, that is, expect Nick Foles, who is expected to move on as a free agent this offseason.