Carson Wentz Helped the Dutch Destroyer's Family Attend the Super Bowl

Great news, Eagles fans. The Dutch Destroyer's family will be at the Super Bowl.

Lukas Kusters' story of his unique relationship with Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Carson Wentz and the boy's battle with cancer hit Birds' fans hard when the special SportsCenter segment aired back in October.

Dutch Destroyer bracelets sold like hotcakes in Philadelphia. And Eagles fans showed tremendous support.

Wentz gave the Kusters' family a special gift after an Eagles win on Monday Night Football back in October. But now Wentz and the Eagles have given his family something every Eagles fan has dreamed of their entire lives: tickets to the Super Bowl.

ESPN anchor and Philly guy Kevin Negandhi shared the story on Twitter.

"Lukas Kusters Family visited Lukas at the cemetery before driving to Minneapolis. In the car ride, a pic of Lukas joined them. They're going to the #SuperBowl as Carson Wentz and the @Eagles provided the family w tixs," Negandhi wrote.

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Wentz retweeted Negandhi's tweet with the praying emoji and #DutchDestroyer hashtag.

Eagles fans can sleep well knowing that the Dutch Destroyer's family and his wristbands will be in Minnesota cheering on the Eagles. You know he's up there pulling for the Birds this weekend.

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