Carson Wentz's status for Week 3's game between the Indianapolis Colts and Tennessee Titans is up in the air because of two sprained ankles suffered against the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.
Wentz's more severe sprain occurred on his right ankle when he tried to scramble and was taken to the ground by Aaron Donald with less than eight minutes left in the game.
Frank Reich said he still had to meet with the team medical staff to get a better indication about Wentz's ankles.
"I know Carson has a high threshold for pain," Reich said. "When you have guy who is a pocket passer, it affects his game less than a guy who is a mobile quarterback. That's not rocket science. My history with Carson is that he's a pretty fast healer and he's tough. If there's any chance he can play with these ankle sprains, he'll play. It's an incredibly big game."
Wentz is 45-of-69 for 498 yards with three touchdowns and an interception through the first two games of the season.