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Eagles QB Carson Wentz gets engaged in Kentucky

| Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, 9:57 a.m.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz celebrates after his team won Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on February 4, 2018.
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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz celebrates after his team won Super Bowl LII against the New England Patriots at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on February 4, 2018.

Although Philadelphia Eagles' quarterback Carson Wentz couldn't play Sunday's Super Bowl, he still gets a ring — and now his girlfriend gets one, too.

"She said YES! And now Maddie and I both got us a ring ... can't wait to marry my best friend! God is doing some amazing things and I can't thank him enough!" the 25-year-old Wentz said in a tweet Tuesday , accompanied by a photo spread of Kentucky native Maddie Oberg accepting his marriage proposal.

They got engaged at CastlePost, also known as Kentucky Castle, a boutique hotel that said in a Facebook post it was proud to be "a part of their story."

Wentz was the now-Super Bowl champions' starting quarterback until he suffered a season-ending knee injury in December.

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