Will Carson Wentz or Jalen Hurts be the Eagles starting quarterback in 2021?

No clue, but they’re both great with their off-field charitable endeavors, and this week Hurts stepped up to the plate with a big donation for a family dealing with a childhood cancer fight:

From T Mac at ESPN:

He connected with the family of a 7-year-old boy named Erick, who is battling cancer, through Alex’s Lemonade Stand to fulfill their Christmas wishes during this past holiday season. Hurts learned over that time that the family of seven from Nottingham, Pennsylvania, was living in a two-bedroom trailer, so when he went to visit them, he surprised them with a check for $30,000 to put toward a new home.

“I know they’ve experienced a lot of adversity. They’ve had to deal with a lot of different things,” Hurts said. “But one thing I like to do is be encouraging at all times, uplift those around me, and I just wanted to make an impact in the city of Philadelphia, in this area.”

“That’s my quarterback,” as Terell Owens once said. Good for Hurts. Really nice gesture right here.