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.

Temple football surprises walk-on with a scholarship

Temple football surprises walk-on with a scholarship

Moments like this never get old.

On Saturday, the Temple football captured a special moment for junior tight end Chris Myarick.

After the annual Cherry and White game, the cameras were rolling when Myarick, from Cheltenham High School in Elkins Park, Pa., was awarded a scholarship after making the team as a walk-on in 2014.

Myarick’s teammates mobbed him after the news was announced.

Congratulations, Chris.

Trust the … Lego? Reddit user reveals Lego version of Joel Embiid

Trust the … Lego? Reddit user reveals Lego version of Joel Embiid

He calls himself "The Process."

He is a main piece of The Process.

And now there's a Lego version of The Process' poster child.

Yes -- thanks to Redditor user dweg1999 -- we have a picture of what Joel Embiid would look like if, yes, he was built of Legos.

After sitting out his first two years in the NBA because of injuries, Embiid burst onto the scene and became an instant star for the Sixers. A piece they can build around both on the court and off it. He's charismatic who knows how to use social media.

Embiid is a special blend of greatness on the court and marketable off it. If he can stay healthy -- his season was cut short because of another one and he will be limited again in 2017-18 -- the Sixers have their guy to build around. Add in a Ben Simmons, a more experienced Dario Saric, potentially two more lottery picks -- at least one more -- and next season will be a whole lot of fun.

But for now, as we wait for the May 16 draft lottery, we are stuck checking out Lego versions of Joel Embiid. If only we were that good with Legos ourselves.