Carson Wentz

Carson James Wentz, born on December 30, 1992, competes in the National Football League (N.F.L.) as a quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. He started his college career playing football with the North Dakota State Bison, a team that won five straight Football Championship Subdivision (F.C.S.) championships. After his college football career, he received the Academic All-American of the Year award. He was chosen by the Philadelphia Eagles as the second overall choice in the first round of the N.F.L. Draft. He was awarded the Pepsi N.F.L. Rookie of the Week in his first week of playing professional football. Let’s celebrate his special day here.

Fast Facts

Full Name:

Carson James Wentz


T.Q.C. (Three-Quarters Carson)

Birth date:

December 30, 1992



Zodiac Sign:



6' 5"

Relationship Status:


Net Worth:

$45 million

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In Raleigh, North Carolina, Carson Wentz was born on December 30, 1992. His parents are Cathy Domres and Doug Wentz. Duke Domres and Zach Wentz are his two brothers.

Wentz began his college career in 2011 by redshirting his first year with the football team of North Dakota State Bison. That year, the group captured its first F.C.S. crown. The year after, he played as a redshirt freshman backup quarterback. In a victory over the Prairie View A.&M. Panthers, he threw his first touchdown pass. With his greatest performance coming against Delaware State, he finished his redshirt sophomore season in 2013 as a backup quarterback. In 2014, he started playing quarterback for the Bison. In that year’s national championship game versus Illinois State, made his debut. With just 37 seconds left in the game, he scored a touchdown to seal his team’s victory. The North Dakota State Bison game versus Northern Iowa in October 2015 featured one of Wentz’s best performances of his college career. He was taken off the pitch after suffering a wrist injury. His team won their sixth F.C.S. championship under his leadership in January 2016. Awarded for his performance, he received the title of N.C.A.A. Division I-AA Championship Game Most Outstanding Player. Once for Division I Football and then once more for all Division I sports after his college career, he was named the Academic All-American of the Year by the College Sports Information Directors of America. The Philadelphia Eagles selected Wentz as the second overall choice in the first round of the 2016 N.F.L. Draft. With a $17.6 million bonus to play for the team, he agreed to a $26.67 million contract. In September 2016, he was formally named as a starter and made his first regular start against the Cleveland Browns. He was named the Pepsi N.F.L. Rookie of the Week for his first week of playing professionally. For his performance against the Steelers, he was later named the N.F.C. Offensive Player of the Week. For the seventh week of the 2017 campaign, he was once more named the N.F.C. Offensive Player of the Week and was a candidate for N.F.L. Most Valuable Player. Wentz’s contract was extended by the Philadelphia Eagles on June 6, 2019, for a further four years, through 2024. A guaranteed $107 million of the $128 million contract was inked.

After dating Madison Oberg for over a year, on February 6, 2018, following the team’s triumph in the Super Bowl, he announced their engagement. He married her on July 16, 2018. In April 2020, they had a daughter, Hadley Jaym. In November 2021, they welcomed their second daughter, Hudson Rose.

Career timeline

The Best Performances

One of Wentz's best efforts during his undergraduate career earns him a 15-1 record in the North Dakota State Bison game against Northern Iowa in October.

The Professional Career

Wentz signs a $26.68 million contract with the Philadelphia Eagles in May, along with a $17 million signing bonus package, to start his professional career.

The Bert Bell Award

Wentz wins the Bert Bell Award as the National Football League's Player of the Year).

His Brilliant Performance is Recognized

The N.F.L. Top 100 Players ranking places him third due to his outstanding achievements in the first two games against the Indianapolis Colts.

Why We Love Carson Wentz

  1. Wentz is a devout Christian

    One of the most crucial aspects of his life is his trust in Christ. He views his faith as having the most significant impact on his life in football. His teammates claim that they had never witnessed him previously berating fate or second-guessing choices. Instead, his religion lets him focus on what he values most.

  2. He is charitable

    Wentz is a true humanitarian. In July 2017, he established the AO1 Foundation. The foundation supports physically disabled people, veterans, and youth from underprivileged backgrounds and offers food, housing, and education opportunities.

  3. He has a passion for football

    Wentz is extremely passionate about football. He has therefore developed an athletic physique and physical traits to succeed in his work.

5 Surprising Facts

  1. He is a lover of luxury cars

    Wentz is a fan of high-end vehicles, and his garage is filled with gorgeous cars like the Cadillac, Corvette, Lamborghini, and Range Rover.

  2. He owns a luxury home

    Wentz owns a lavish residence in Philadelphia that is thought to be worth six million dollars.

  3. Wentz is good friends with Mike Trout

    The bond between Wentz and Trout, one of the most accomplished players in Major League Baseball, is stronger than ever.

  4. His favorite player is Brett Favre

    When asked who his favorite player is, Wentz doesn't think twice about naming Brett Favre, who is revered as an N.F.L. great and is best known for his accomplishments and devotion to the Green Bay Packers.

  5. The valedictorian of his high school class

    In addition to being a member of the high school's national honors society, Wentz was a standout student who gave the final speech at his graduation.

Carson Wentz FAQs

Is Wentz related to Pete Wentz?

No, the two are unrelated.

How did Wentz meet his wife?

The two fell in love after meeting in 2017 while traveling to Haiti with the Mission of Hope.

Where did Wentz get married?

They got married in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.

Carson Wentz’s birthday dates

2024December 30Monday
2025December 30Tuesday
2026December 30Wednesday
2027December 30Thursday
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