LOOK: Eagles WR gets baptized at the team's hotel pool before Panthers game
Philadelphia's band of brothers welcomes another impromptu baptism before Thursday Night Football
One of the, or at least the unity behind the team's hot start in 2017 -- Philly is 5-1 after -- has been faith.
Whether through quarterback Carson Wentz's infectious vow to play for an "Audience of One" or a collection of Eagles sharing their Christian testimonies by way of their own Bible app devotionals, the team has showcased its band of believing brothers as much as it has a trust in Wentz as the face of the franchise.
And that band of brothers appeared to expand Thursday, when wide receiver Marcus Johnson shared via Twitter a picture of himself getting baptized in the pool at the team's Charlotte, North Carolina hotel, surrounded by Eagles teammates.
Wentz appears to be among the group of Eagles whose heads are bowed and hands are interlocked around the makeshift baptismal pool in Johnson's photo. Tight end Zach Ertz, offensive guard Stefen Wisniewski, tight end Trey Burton, linebacker Jordan Hicks and backup quarterback Nick Foles also appear to be among those in attendance.
Philadelphia is no stranger to impromptu baptisms. NFL's My Cleats, My Cause campaign.in the team's own practice facility surfaced in 2016, when several players also donned Easter-themed cleats during the
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