Eagles' Carson Wentz speaks at National Prayer Breakfast dinner
The Eagles quarterback follows in the footsteps of Mother Teresa at D.C.'s annual event
If you think you've had the best week in the world, you might want to check with Carson Wentz first.
The MVP candidate and Philadelphia Eagles quarterback had to watch Sunday's Super Bowl LII from the sidelines, but he still ended his 2017 season as a monumental reason the Birds , collecting a ring in the process. On Tuesday, Wentz then gave a separate ring away, .
And on Thursday, the same day he celebrated the Super Bowl win with a parade through Philadelphia, the second-year signal-caller also appeared as a guest speaker for Thursday's National Prayer Breakfast in place of U.S. Vice President Mike Pence.
North Dakota Rep. Kevin Cramer originally announced that Wentz would be speaking via KXJB-TV.
Consistently, which plays a part in the foundation that this year, Wentz followed in the footsteps of Mother Teresa and Tony Blair, former prime minister of the United Kingdom, by talking at the event's dinner, which has been an annual Washington, D.C., tradition since 1953.
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