71 Facts About Carson Wentz

1. Carson Wentz led the team to a spectacular start to the 2017 season and emerged as an MVP candidate, but then tore his ACL late in the year.

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2. Carson Wentz will enter his fourth season facing criticism and skepticism that he has not yet encountered since coming to Philadelphia.

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3. Carson Wentz denied that he was involved in a verbal altercation.

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4. Carson Wentz believes his play-calling debates with Groh are based in mutual respect.

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5. Carson Wentz clearly doesn't feel that part of the report was accurate.

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6. Carson Wentz said: "The fact of bullying Mike Groh … Groh and I talked to each other that day when it came out, and I think we all know that never took place.

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7. Carson Wentz sat down with a small group of reporters recently to address a story by PhillyVoice that described him as "egotistical" and "selfish" through anonymous player and league sources.

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8. Carson Wentz averaged 15.5 rushing yards per game during his first two seasons.

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9. Carson Wentz was born on 30 December 1992 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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10. Carson Wentz was better when the two faced off in December 2017.

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11. Carson Wentz was 2nd in the NFL in touchdown passes with 33, as well as a media and fan favorite to win MVP but missed the last three games of the season due to a season-ending ACL injury in his left knee.

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12. Carson Wentz played college football at North Dakota State University and was selected by the Eagles with the second overall pick of the 2016 NFL Draft, the highest selection ever for an FCS player.

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13. Carson Wentz said the only opinions that really matter are those of NFL teams, and they're on board.

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14. Carson Wentz has celebrated the total number of 25 birthdays till date.

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15. Carson Wentz is lightyears better than Dak and it hurts you so much lol.

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16. Carson Wentz was seated backward on a green motorized cart Sunday evening, head down, texting intently.

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17. Carson Wentz shared his engagement on social media with pictures from his beautiful proposal.

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18. Carson Wentz made his professional NFL debut for Philadelphia Eagles in the 2016 regular season.

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19. Carson Wentz cited religious reasons for the decision when he spoke with ESPN.

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20. Carson Wentz was not highly recruited and took an nontraditional path to the NFL.

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21. Carson Wentz was the quarterback for North Dakota State, an FCS school, that aside from a couple appearances on ESPN College Gameday is off the college football radar.

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22. Carson Wentz had a rough afternoon, while Drew Brees and Andrew Luck combined for seven scores.

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23. Carson Wentz is not married and does not have any children.

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24. Carson Wentz was born December 30, 1992, in Raleigh, North Carolina as Carson James Wentz with the sun sign Capricorn.

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25. Carson Wentz is an exciting young American footballer storming out of the blocks.

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26. Carson Wentz had a few injury issues at North Dakota State and only threw 612 total passes in four seasons.

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27. Carson Wentz has the size you want in an NFL franchise quarterback, with big hands, a 6-foot-5 frame and muscular 237 pound build.

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28. Carson Wentz maintained his role as starting quarterback for the 2017 season.

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29. Carson Wentz was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles with the 2nd overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft.

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30. Carson Wentz traveled to Haiti in May 2017, along with his former teammate, Jordan Matthews, and some members from his church.

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31. Carson Wentz is fully recovered after tearing his ACL and is back as the lead quarterback of the Super Bowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles.

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32. At the NFL Scouting Combine Carson Wentz showcased his athleticism as he was in the top three in the 40-yard dash, the broad jump, and the three-cone drill among all quarterbacks.

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33. On January 9, 2016, Carson Wentz led NDSU to its fifth straight FCS title, running for two touchdowns and throwing for a third.

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34. Carson Wentz was again the second string quarterback in 2013 and appeared in 11 games.

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35. Carson Wentz moved to North Dakota with his family at the age of three.

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36. Carson Wentz was born December 30, 1992 in Raleigh, North Carolina.

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37. Carson Wentz is an American football quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League.

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38. Carson Wentz completed just 19-of-33 passes for 156 yards and three interceptions.

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39. Carson Wentz disagrees with Doug Pederson: I don't feel like I was pressing against Saints.

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40. Carson Wentz throws a 5-yard touchdown pass to tight end Zach Ertz.

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41. Carson Wentz throws a dart to tight end Zach Ertz for 21 yards.

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42. Carson Wentz finds Zach Ertz for a 15-yard touchdown, and the Eagles then salute the crowd.

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43. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz finds his tight end Zach Ertz to convert a third down on a gain of 8 yards.

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44. Carson Wentz finds wide receiver Jordan Matthews for a 25-yard gain vs the Jacksonville Jaguars.

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45. Carson Wentz will be honored with the 31 other winners of team awards at a banquet in Baltimore on March 23, 2019.

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46. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz was given the Ed Block Courage Award, given to a player from each team in the NFL who exemplifies commitments to the principles of sportsmanship and courage.

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47. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz speaks with members of the media during a news conference at the team's NFL football training facility in Philadelphia, Wednesday, Nov 21, 2018.

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48. Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz has made an impressive comeback from a serious knee injury.

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49. Carson Wentz reiterated that getting rolled by the Saints "doesn't represent who we are and how we play this game.

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50. Carson Wentz becomes the third starting quarterback in team history to win the award, joining Michael Vick and Ron Jaworski (1985).

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51. Carson Wentz had the worst game of his professional football career on Sunday in New Orleans.

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52. Carson Wentz was 3-for-3 for 42 yards on the game-winning drive.

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53. Carson Wentz needed a fourth-quarter comeback and a game-winning drive the way the Linc needs more super boxes.

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54. Carson Wentz has otherwise had an excellent season in his return from an ACL tear in 2018, throwing for 2,304 yards and 15 touchdowns against six interceptions.

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55. Carson Wentz is 25 and in his third season as an NFL quarterback.

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56. Carson Wentz had to chime in on the photo that the turkey turned out great.

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57. Carson Wentz had 14 completions that went for 10-plus yards with his longest to Zach Ertz for 24 yards and Corey Clement for 23 yards.

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58. Carson Wentz came back from a torn ACL and LCL, which Rapoport says is supposed to take at least a full year to recover from.

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59. Carson Wentz returned because Nick Foles was awful the first couple of weeks, and rushed himself back in the process.

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60. Carson Wentz got a lot of help from Josh Adams and Corey Clement on the ground as the Eagles found a good balance on offense to help them pull off the comeback win.

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61. Carson Wentz started a project in 2018 in conjunction with Mission of Hope Haiti to build a sports complex in the country.

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62. Carson Wentz missed the first two games in a effort to continue recovery from his ACL injury.

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63. Carson Wentz threw for a league-record 379 completions by a rookie, breaking the record of 354 held by former teammate Sam Bradford, who was with the St Louis Rams at the time.

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64. On September 5, Carson Wentz was officially named the starter for the Eagles' 2016 season opener against the Cleveland Browns.

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65. On May 12, 2016, Carson Wentz signed a four-year deal worth $26.67 million, fully guaranteed, featuring a $17.6 million signing bonus.

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66. At the NFL Scouting Combine, Carson Wentz showcased his athleticism as he was in the top three in the 40-yard dash, the broad jump, and the three-cone drill among all quarterbacks.

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67. In February 2016, most analysts had Carson Wentz projected to be selected in the mid-first round of the draft.

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68. On January 9, 2016, Carson Wentz led the Bison to its fifth straight FCS title, running for two touchdowns and throwing for a third.

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69. Carson Wentz became the Bison starting quarterback during his junior year in 2014.

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70. Carson Wentz was again the second-string quarterback in 2013 and appeared in 11 games.

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71. Carson Wentz attended North Dakota State, redshirting his first season with the Bison as they won their first FCS title under ninth-year head coach Craig Bohl.

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