Timothy Shields holds an MBA from Stanford University. As a program manager at UBS, Tim Shields handles complex, long-term technology projects. Outside of UBS, Tim Shields is an avid fan of the Philadelphia Eagles.
It’s not often that third-string NFL quarterbacks garner much press, but when that third-string quarterback is also the second overall draft pick, he tends to attract a little more attention.
Eagles head coach Doug Pederson has been vocal about the development of Carson Wentz, who the team drafted earlier this year in the hopes of grooming him as a franchise quarterback. According to Pederson, Wentz’s development has been slow, but that pace has been intentional.
Pederson says that Wentz is “on track” and putting in good practices, learning from veteran quarterbacks Sam Bradford and Chase Daniel–both of whom are ahead of him on the team’s depth chart.
The biggest area of development for Wentz right now is his footwork. Pederson says that he can get jump in the pocket, and that coaches are trying to develop more spring and stability in his footwork in the hopes it will make him a more accurate passer.