If there was any doubt about who the Philadelphia Eagles would choose as their starting quarterback for the 2019 season, head coach Doug Pederson put it to rest Tuesday, per Jeff McLane of Philly.com: Carson Wentz is the #Eagles’ starting QB moving forward.
Howie Roseman, the team's executive vice president of football operations, added that the Eagles have "confidence in [Wentz's] ability to be our quarterback and to be hopefully a 19-game starter," according to Mike Garafolo of NFL.com.
Nick Foles' presence has complicated Philadelphia's quarterback situation. Foles famously led the Eagles to their first Super Bowl title last season in relief of Wentz, who tore his ACL. And when Wentz went down again this year with a stress fracture in his back, Foles led the Eagles to three straight wins to close the campaign before guiding the team to a wild-card win over the Chicago Bears.