Carson Wentz took some time away from shooting things to watch the Flyers make their fans happy and do some shooting of their own (pucks, not ducks).
The Eagles quarterback was in South Philadelphia on Wednesday night to watch the Flyers put a whooping on the Pittsburgh Penguins at the Wells Fargo Center.
He was shown on the jumbotron at one point and got a very hearty welcome from the orange and black faithful as the Eagles fight song played.
CSNPhilly.com's John Clark was there and caught a quick video of the moment.
Carson Wentz doesn't even have to be playing football for Philly to love him.
He stole the show on day one of the NFL Draft Experience simply by showing up on a golf cart and messing with a Cowboys fan.
This morning he made appearance on the NFL Network's Good Morning Football and brought back his infamous GARBShotz persona.
And as the name says, Carson can't miss.
Who needs the Pope when you have Ginger Jesus?
The NFL Draft Experience joined a long list of wildly popular events in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art and all along the Ben Franklin Parkway.
The NFL announced today that nearly 100,000 fans enjoyed the experience, the most ever for a draft-related event, on Day 1 of the draft alone.
Fans flooded into the Experience with people from all across the country in town to support their respective teams. Eagles fans clearly dominated the crowd, however, as you couldn't go a few minutes without hearing an E-A-G-L-E-S chant.
ESPN also showed some love all night long. SportsCenter's Scott Van Pelt called the story of the night in Philadelphia the city of Philly itself. Adam Schefter called it the "wildest, most raucous crowd in draft history." Jon Gruden called Philly "one of the greatest football towns on the planet."
Aside from not being totally in love with their first pick Derek Barnett upon first blush, Philly fans showed off wonderfully. Even the booing of NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell came off as cute.
The Draft Experience is open again on Friday from noon until 11:00 pm and on Saturday from 10:00 am until 6:00 pm. It's free for all fans.
Try the games, avoid the cheesesteaks. And bring some sunscreen (ugh).