In 2018 Carson Wentz was forced to miss all off-season and preseason activities on the field as he recovered from his torn ACL he suffered late in the 2017. Missing all of that time led to Wentz not having the time to create chemistry with his receivers and running backs that becomes vital during the season.
He won't face that problem in 2019, as today we found out that he'll have no limitations for on-field drills at tomorrow's start of OTAs.
Him being ready this early in the offseason will allow the team some flexibility. The coaching staff and front office won't feel the need to push him to make sure he is ready to play in the regular season.
A steady pace during Training Camp and in preseason games will allow Wentz to be at 100% for the start of the season, and a healthy Wentz will have fans smiling at the season-opener against Washington.