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Eagles wideouts in North Dakota to work with Carson Wentz

Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year

FARGO, ND - MARCH 21: A sign marking the Fargo exits along Interstate 29 sits in flood water March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year’s record crest of nearly 41 feet. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)

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North Dakota does not pop up on many lists of the best places for summer travel, but the state is getting a boost to this year’s numbers.

They have native son Carson Wentz to thank for that. Several Eagles receivers put posts on social media Sunday regarding travel to Fargo -- Alshon Jeffery can ask Nelson Agholor about a burger recommendation -- for some pre-camp work with Wentz.

Outside of the location, there’s nothing unusual about the Eagles getting together to work on their own ahead as many teams have players making similar arrangements. Sam Bradford did something similar last year before being traded to the Vikings, although there’s little chance that Wentz is going to get the same kind of late summer surprise.

What he will get is more time with Jeffery and Torrey Smith in their first offseason with the team, something that would seem to be a great benefit to their chemistry as the Eagles make their way toward the regular season.