Skip to comments.How the Dutch Destroyer and Carson Wentz helped save Max
Posted on 09/26/2018 11:34:33 AM PDT by Osage Orange
PHILADELPHIA -- Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz had just finished a hot August training-camp practice and was chatting with the family of Lukas Kusters -- the Dutch Destroyer -- when a little boy came sprinting onto the field and approached the circle.
He had a full head of blonde hair and was wearing shades and a green Wentz jersey. In his right hand was a replica Eagles helmet he was hoping his favorite player would sign.
"Max," called Lukas Kusters' mom, Rebecca Burmeff, encouraging the boy to join them. "Do you know who this is?"
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Might make you cry.
This is a great story. Carson Wentz is an antidote to the rest of the pampered protestors in the league.
Eyep..Carson the real thing
What do you suppose would happen
if a Judge came into the courtroom
and everyone "took a knee"?
Wentz makes it hard to hate the Eagles. Hes a good one and a real role model.
Although I don't watch the NFL games....I do watch clips...and enjoyed watching the Philly Philly play...
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