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    Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson both trending toward being available for Colts Week 1 opener, per report

    When both quarterback Carson Wentz and guard Quenton Nelson went down with foot injuries that required surgery, the initial timeframe stretched anywhere from 5 to 12 weeks, which naturally would bleed into the regular season if things were pushed to the later end. Fortunately for the Colts, things appear to be running in a more positive direction. According to Chris Mortensen of ESPN, both Wentz and Nelson are trending towards being recovered in time for Indianapolis’ Week 1 opener against the Seattle Seahawks.  While this is certainly great news for the Colts, they are also hoping to have a  

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    Indianapolis Colts’ Carson Wentz, Quenton Nelson trending to play in NFL Week 1 after foot surgeries, sources say

    Indianapolis Colts quarterback Carson Wentz and guard Quenton Nelson are trending toward recovering from foot surgeries in time for next month’s regular-season opener against the Seattle Seahawks, sources told ESPN’s Chris Mortensen. The Colts announced last week that Wentz and Nelson would be sidelined five to 12 weeks after operations to repair the same foot injury. Wentz, who had surgery Aug. 2, will start his rehab next week but was at the Colts’ training camp practice Tuesday without a walking boot and without limping. 2 Related The Colts hope to have a better indication of both players’ rehabilitation status once  

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