Carson Wentz is downplaying the offseason work he did with biometrics coach Adam Dedeaux.

Wentz's mechanics were a popular topic after his rookie season with the Philadelphia Eagles.

"I thought it was beneficial. I don't think it was anything real specific, but just overall, to help me fine-tune some things and just keep working at some things and making myself more efficient," he said. "I thought it was a productive visit down there."

Wentz said the work was on "simple things, things the naked eye probably wouldn't notice.  A lot of it had to do with footwork and stuff. But again, it was nothing real massive, just trying to make everything more efficient and smoother."

After he reviewed game tape from 2016, Wentz said he found minor things that should be tweaked, but there was "nothing big and evident."