June 05, 2017
Last week, The Philadelphia Daily News surmised from the body language of head coach Doug Pederson that the Eagles were unhappy that Carson Wentz saw a coach outside of the organization to help fine-tune some mechanics.
On Monday, Eagles offensive coordinator said that he had no issue at all with Wentz getting outside help.
"No, I didn't have any issue at all to be honest with you," said Reich. "As coaches, we would love to give him a few weeks off of rest, and then, 'Come on, let's go, let's get in the lab and let's work.' Back when I was playing and when coach Pederson was playing that's what we did. We took a little time off and we were back in the building throwing with receivers and talking to our coaches.
"But that's fine. It's a different era. You can't do that anymore (because of the CBA), so Carson is like a lot of our players. They have an itch to get better, so if I'm a player, I'm going to find ways to get better."
So we can probably put that to bed.
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