PHILADELPHIA — The Eagles have mastered out quarterback Carson Wentz for Sunday night’s game at the Los Angeles Rams while he copes with a stress fracture in his rear.

The team recorded him doubtful before conceding Saturday that the quarterback will not have the ability to play this week, although coach Doug Pederson said Friday that he would take around three weeks to heal.

Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles will begin in Wentz’s place for your own 6-7 Eagles.

Pederson, within a stressed back-and-forth with the networking, said Friday the Wentz’s injury has”evolved over the years” and will not require surgery. Given the estimated recovery period, it appears unlikely Wentz will play the others of the summer growing season.

Wentz was recorded on the injury report in late October as a limited participant with a spine injury on successive Wednesdays. Asked if the strain fracture was linked to this trauma, his voice was increased by Pederson.

“He’s got a stress injury, developed over the years, and it takes no surgery,” Pederson said Friday.” [I am not] answering some more questions about it. We’re playing the Rams in two days, in the event that you guys have not figured out this .”

Pederson explained why he hadn’t any difficulty about having Wentz drama while this injury was getting worse.

“He was 100 percent. He practiced. He also was not on the injury report for this. So, yeah, I’d no problem with this.”

Pederson also said he does not expect any long term issues for Wentz like a result of this trauma.

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