Each gun has the player's number engraved on the butt of the gun.
By now, you've heard all kinds of stories about fancy National Football League quarterbacks buying their hardworking offensive lines everything from televisions to John Deere utility vehicles for Christmas.
Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Carson Wentz bought personalized shotguns for his offensive line this Christmas, and now a gun control group says they'll be sending the players gun locks. Barbre believes the gun is a Silver Pigeon model, which retails in the range of $2,000. "I'm excited about it", guard Allen Barbre told ESPN.
Wentz, as you could probably guess, is an avid hunter. He was lying in a cornfield hunting geese when he got the call that Sam Bradford would be traded and that he would be named the starter. "I don't know if I'll shoot it though, it's pretty nice".
Perhaps Wentz is looking for a new hunting buddy for the spring as Mike Trout will have to return to baseball activities with the Angles.
Wentz hasn't delivered the gifts quite yet, as the final touches are still being put on them.
"I haven't really held a gun or anything before", rookie tackle Isaac Seumalo. "But I'm more than thankful for it".
The gun violence prevention group CeaseFirePA issued a statement Wednesday night that it would send gun locks to the Eagles offensive linemen to go with Wentz's guns.