The Philadelphia Eagles enjoyed a break from training camp on Saturday, and Carson Wentz took advantage of the downtime by shooting with his wife, Madison Oberg.
Carson, of course, is an avid outdoorsman. He often posts the results of his hunts on social media and also has a show with his brother Zach called “Wentz Bros Outdoors” on OutdoorChannel.com. If you love Carson and hunting for sport, it sounds like something that would be your jam:
Just a couple of brothers filming their own hunts and outdoor experiences and sharing it with the world! It’s their field away from Carson Wentz’s field, where the only cameras are those in the hands of Carson or his brother, Zach Wentz.
Anyway, Carson documented his day of couple’s shootin’ on his Instagram Story. Watch the couple throw lead at some targets in the video below:
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As for Carson’s status for the upcoming season after suffering that knee injury, Philly reporters seem optimistic about him playing in Week 1:
In 11-on-11 drills, in pads, Carson Wentz just spun out of the pocket, ran to his left away from Chris Long, and fired.
I’ll save everyone the angst. Barring a setback, there’s no way Carson Wentz isn’t starting Week 1.
— Jimmy Kempski (@JimmyKempski) July 28, 2018
Carson Wentz, 5 weeks and 5 days until opener: pic.twitter.com/8yVGM8ELcd
— Zach Berman (@ZBerm) July 28, 2018