Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz will undergo additional tests on his hand after he briefly left Sunday’s 17-9 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
The 26-year-old entered the medical tent on the sideline in the third quarter before heading back to the locker room moments later. That caused a fair amount of concern among Philly fans — especially with the team already without wideouts Alshon Jeffery and Nelson Agholor along with running back Jordan Howard. X-rays on Wentz’s hand were reportedly negative.
Unfortunately, Wentz’s return didn’t do much to help the Eagles. Already down 17-3 to Seattle, Philadelphia turned the ball over after tight end Dallas Goedert fumbled on a 14-yard catch.
The QB finished the 17-9 loss with 256 yards on 33-for-45 passing with one touchdown, three fumbles and two interceptions. He was booed by Eagles fans during the game, but refused to blame his performance on the injury.
Carson Wentz— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) November 24, 2019
3 fumbles (2 lost) pic.twitter.com/Zhe7GyAgA5
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