It was reported on Monday that Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz would be back and ready for the start of Eagles OTA's, and the Eagles confirmed that was the case on Tuesday. "

"Carson has no limitations," Eagles head coach Doug Pederson said on Tuesday. "He's been working with the guys all off-season, and really looking forward to these next ten practices with him."

Also of note, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Eagles S Malcolm Jenkins will not attend Eagles OTAs.

Jenkins was absent for voluntary workouts earlier this offseason, and he will continue to skip throughout OTAs, which is likely contract related. Jenkins is scheduled to make around $8 million and has two years on his deal.

"It is a voluntary program, and Malcolm is one of those guys, leader of the football team, and not concerned with him," Pederson explained. " We're going to keep our focus on the guys that are here and get better today."

Today's Football At Four Segment with John McMullen on The Sports Bash, Mike, Ryan and John McMullen discussed the return of Wentz, Jenkins contract and more!