They will be forever linked as quarterbacks selected No. 1 and No. 2 in the 2016 NFL draft.
They share the same agents, remain in contact via occasional text messages and track each other from afar.
Jared Goff of the Rams and Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles will play against each other Sunday for the first time when their division-leading teams meet at the Coliseum.
If Goff and Wentz continue to perform as they have this season, it could be the first of many marquee matchups between the ascending stars.
“It’ll be fun,” Goff said Wednesday during a news conference in Thousand Oaks. “It’ll be good to see him, good to talk to him and good to compete on the...