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Carson Wentz shares video of his hunting trip, shows off impressive haul

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Carson Wentz shares video of his hunting trip, shows off impressive haul

Carson Wentz's accuracy seems to be just fine.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback posted another cute video on Twitter on Thursday afternoon featuring his dog and some of his hunting antics, apparently in the state of Arkansas.

We told you about Wentz's last video in which his dog ran some sick routes, but this latest video appears to only be a teaser to an even bigger video.

Wentz seems to enjoy putting these videos together and we'll keep watching them. Philly's eyes are always on the Eagles QB1.

You may recall Wentz spending some time a few weeks back hunting with Mike Trout. He also gifted his teammates with some firearms so hunting is clearly one of his biggest passions.

UPDATE: And in case you, like us, were wondering: these birds have become a nuisance so there is currently no limit on how many you can take down.

LeSean McCoy, NFL players react to Trump's comments

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LeSean McCoy, NFL players react to Trump's comments

Stop me if you've heard this one before: President Donald Trump said something controversial.

Trump attacked NFL players who have or will kneel in protest during the National Anthem during a speech in Huntsville, Alabama Friday night. He questioned the NFL and said the owners should release each and every person who takes part in protesting during the Anthem.

“Wouldn’t you love to see one of these NFL owners, when somebody disrespects our flag, to say, ‘Get that son of a bitch off the field right now. Out! He’s fired. He’s fired!’” 

“You know, some owner is going to do that,” Trump added. “He’s going to say, ‘That guy that disrespects our flag, he’s fired.’ And that owner, they don’t know it [but] they’ll be the most popular person in this country.”

NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell responded to Trump’s comments in a statement from the league. Many other players across the league made their voices heard on Twitter in response to those comments.

Former New Orleans Saints running back Reggie Bush:

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman: 

Detroit Lions tight end Eric Ebron:

New Orleans Saints second-year wide receiver Michael Thomas:

Philadelphia Eagles wide reciever Torrey Smith:

Buffalo Bills and former Philadelphia Eagles running back LeSean McCoy:

We can’t forget McCoy’s comments about Colin Kaepernick just a month ago when he said, “There’s certain players that could be on the team with big distractions and there’s other players that it’s not good enough or not worth it.”

Lebron James, a 4-time NBA Most Valuable Player, took to Twitter to address Trump withdrawing Steph Curry’s invitation to the White House for winning the 2017 NBA Championship after Trump said Curry was “hesitating.”

Sixers forward James Michael McAdoo, who signed a two-way contract with the team in August:

These players are not just “sticking to sports” and are speaking out in response to a controversial topic that has engulfed professional sports.

Why sports are awesome: Joel Embiid's Twitter and Rhys Hoskins

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Why sports are awesome: Joel Embiid's Twitter and Rhys Hoskins

Sports Ilustrated gets it. The characters in Philadelphia sports are some of the best in the world right now.

On SI's list of "77 Reasons Why We Love Sports," the alien otherwise known as Rhys Hoskins and Joel Embiid's Twitter both make appearances. While the NFL Red Zone Channel inexplicably comes in at No. 1, Embiid's Twitter comes in at a worthy No. 2. His recent tweet about the Los Angeles Chargers' beleaguered rookie kicker is a great example of why Embiid is a must-follow.

Hoskins, the Phillies' record-breaking slugger, comes in at No. 65. His latest mind-bending accomplishment is becoming the fastest player ever to 45 RBIs. With Hoskins' ridiculous natural power and impressive plate discipline, this stretch doesn't look like a fluke. He could be one of the top reasons Philadelphians love sports for the next 15 years.