There is a significant gap between CeeDee Lamb and everyone else. He’s having the best camp of anyone on the roster. When coach Mike McCarthy talks about noticing several second-year players making the leap in Year 2, Lamb has to be at the top of the list. Every practice seems to include at least one impressive Lamb highlight to go along with a handful of other noteworthy plays that he makes look effortless.
Lamb is a popular pick when it comes to wide receivers who are ready to make a huge jump. We rank Lamb 14th, right behind Amari Cooper at 13. While Lamb is the guy going before Cooper, we're not totally convinced that's the right call. In four games last year with Dak Prescott under center, Cooper out-targeted Lamb 23.4 to 16.7.
The decision has been made to undergo surgery and remove it. 5-12 weeks.
Related players: Cam Eason
HC Frank Reich says Wentz had an old foot injury dating back to perhaps high school according to doctors. Over time, the broken bone came loose and caused pain. Reich said the decision on surgery was very clear cut for their doctors and outside doctors, according to the tweet. Other tweets on the matter have the Colts optimistic Wentz can return on the earlier end of the timeline. Wentz will be able to throw during walkthroughs and the team added in 2-3 weeks they should have a better idea of Wentz's overall timeframe. For now, Eason is the team's QB1.