And with numerous Eagles receivers working out with Carson Wentz at North Dakota State this week, J-Matt unleashed a gem on Alshon Jeffery's Periscope. Wentz has already established himself as one of the team leaders on the field and in the locker room. He's calling it the Carson Wentz AO1 Foundation.
"The Lord put it on my heart a long time ago, and it's something that has been in the making for quite some time", Wentz said in a statement via social media.
Wentz took to his Twitter account to further discuss his faith-based creation.
The Eagles quarterback will support youth in the Philadelphia area by providing service dogs to assist in their development and quality of life; he will care for and provide food, shelter and educational opportunities for underprivileged youth living overseas; and he will provide hunting and outdoor opportunities for individuals with physical challenges, the underserved and military veterans living in the Midwest. "It's straight bison burgers, country music and redheads - shoutout to Carson Wentz". "I really think it is going to do that. Thank you, and God bless".