Carson Wentz was haunted by mechanical flaws and bad habits as the Philadelphia Eagles struggled in November and December, but the quarterback believes he's made improvements.

Wentz worked with biomechanics guru Adam Dedeaux for a couple of weeks earlier this offseason.

"What made me go there?" Wentz told Peter King. "Knowing so many good players went there and it helped them. I never want to stop learning. There are so many little things about playing this position that to the naked eye you won't see when you watch me. But I do feel I am improved mechanically."

Wentz insists he's "way more comfortable" in his second year at the helm of Doug Peterson's offense.