QB captain Carson Wentz suffered a broken finger in ‘TNF’ win against the Bears

Washington quarterback leaders Carson WentzA tough week continues.

The QB captain sustained a broken finger in his hand which he threw at 12-7 win over Opposite the Chicago Bears, NFL’s Ian Rapoport and Mike Garavolo reported Saturday, according to sources.

After Washington’s victory on Thursday, Wentz told reporters that his hand was feeling some pain.

“It hurts a little,” Wentz said of his right hand. “I think I’ll be fine…the cold conditions didn’t necessarily help the jammed fingers. Everything was fine.”

Rapoport added that Wentz is now heading to Los Angeles to see a hand specialist to determine his next move, and his availability to move forward is up in the air.

This news comes on the heels of Wentz’s daring performance after throwing just 99 yards on Thursday. Complete 12 of 22 passes with no touchdowns or interceptions and an estimate of 66.3 passes. In the first half, he seemed to hit his hand when he hit it in a defensive line Justin Jones‘ palm.

Before Thursday’s game, NFL Network Insider’s Tom Pellisero mentioned That Wentz was also dealing with a biceps tendon strain near his shoulder.

The seven-year quarterback threw 10 touchdowns and six interceptions in his first season in Washington.

Now, the leaders will have to look at the reserve midfielder Taylor Hynek upward Sam Howell To fill if necessary Seventh week against the Packers.

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