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'Wentz Bros Outdoors' partners with the Outdoor Channel for network's first-ever digital media series

Carson Wentz waits for birds to fly by during a snow geese hunting trip to Arkansas. Photo courtesy of Wentz Bros Outdoors

It's official: Carson Wentz has gone Hollywood. Well, sort of.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback and outdoors enthusiast announced on Twitter Tuesday, June 5, that he and his brother Zach Wentz have partnered with the Outdoor Channel for their first-ever digital media series.

The Wentz brothers' show, which is promptly titled "Wentz Bros. Outdoors," began airing their first videos on their YouTube channel in January 2017.

The idea to start the show spawned from a short deer hunting trip south of Fargo when Carson returned during the Eagles bye week at the end of September. The brothers decided to begin filming it for memory sake and the result started to turn on a few light bulbs.

Episodes of the show are currently available online by going to wentzoutdoors.com.

A different episode will be released every Tuesday beginning June 5, with new episodes coming in six weeks, according to Wentz's tweet.

Ross Torgerson

Digital Reporter for Forum Communications. Native of Moorhead, Minn. Have a question or story idea? Email me at rtorgerson@forumcomm.com. Follow me on Twitter @RossTorgerson

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