Philadelphia Eagles talk: Another of Carson Wentz’s goals becomes reality
Wait until you see the shot of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz handing out free food from his vision-become-reality, Thy Kingdom Crumb.
You know what’s interesting? Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and Tim Tebow have a lot of similarities. They’re both the type of guy you’d want your daughter to marry, if you had one. One just throws the forward pass a whole lot better than the other one.
Both are men of faith. Both are very likeable. Both have experience at playing the quarterback position at football’s highest level.
In both men lies a desire to be so much more than a football player though both men love the game deeply.
Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz launched his A01 Foundation in 2017 with the mission of ‘uplifting individuals and communities around the world by demonstrating God’s love for His people.‘ He’s spearheaded mission trips and built a sports complex in other Haiti. Now, he’s seen another of his initiatives come to fruition.
His food truck, ‘Thy Kingdom Crumb’ is no longer a goal. It’s a reality. Take a look at QB1 going to work:
We began hearing about Wentz’s plan to begin a free food truck initiative when he hosted a charity softball game to help raise money for the cause. As they always do, the Eagles, their fans and the city of Philly backed one of their own up, and somewhere around 25,000 people packed Citizen’s Bank Park to see Mr. Wentz’s inaugural charity softball game.
It was quite a sight to behold. Take a look at this tweet from Dave Zangaro:
That’s pretty impressive. Do you see why everybody likes this guy?
Now, it’s time to get Philly’s franchise quarterback back on the field of play. As of Friday, the Eagles organization got some clarification on whether or not QB1 would be on the field for the season opener against the Atlanta Falcons. They just haven’t told us what the decision is yet.
Truthfully, no one expected them to. We’ll have to wait and see what happens on that front.