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MidFirst Bank is a full-service bank offering personal, business, commercial and wealth management services. Considered one of the largest privately held banks in the United States, MidFirst Bank is able to compete with the larger national banks while providing personal service through community based bank branches. Headquartered in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, MidFirst Bank has branches throughout the state as well as commercial real estate offices in Georgia, Illinois, Texas, New York and California. As a community based banking institution, MidFirst Bank is committed to giving back by supporting employee volunteerism and contributions to local organizations. As an employer, MidFirst Bank has offered part-time employment opportunities in the past. Visit MidFirst Bank's website
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Midfirst Bank Summer Internship

Company Name: 

Midfirst Bank

Company Location: 

Tempe, Campus

Internship Description: 

Interns will work in a fun, team environment where they will work with students and their parents to greet, educate or complete documentation at on campus ASU Orientation events held on Tempe and Downtown campuses. Students may work in a variety of positions during ASU orientation events.

Position Requirements:
• Interest in seeking a career in the financial services industry is a plus
• Customer service experience
• Cash handling experience in retail environment
• Careful attention to detail
• Strong organizational skills
• Ability to work in a fast-paced, team environment
• High standard for respect of confidentiality
• Ability to consistently demonstrate a professional, positive and approachable demeanor
• Flexibility to work up to 40 hours per week and ability to work weekdays and Saturday
• Requires long periods of standing

The schedule will typically by from 6:30 AM until early afternoon and weekly scheduled hours may be up to 40 hours at times. The internship pays $11.50 per hour. Candidates will be selected and are required to be ready to work by May 8th, 2018 and the Internship will go through the end of August, 2018 or until the Fall semester begins.



Desired Qualifications: 

The schedule will typically by from 6:30 AM until early afternoon and weekly scheduled hours may be up to 40 hours at times. The internship pays $11.50 per hour. Candidates will be selected and are required to be ready to work by May 8th, 2018 and the Internship will go through the end of August, 2018 or until the Fall semester begins.



Preferred Majors: 

Open to all.

Closing Date: 

February 16, 2018

Application Instructions and Contact Info: 

Apply: https://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_midlandfinancial/int108...




Compensation: 

Paid

Desired Academic Year: 

Freshmen

Sophomores

Juniors

Seniors

Источник: https://barretthonors.asu.edu/student-life/development/internships/opportunities/38363

Learn About MidFirst Bank

MidFirst Bank occupies a rare position within the banking industry. We are one of the largest privately owned banks in the United States and this combination of size and private ownership provides our customers with a special brand of banking. MidFirst Bank competes effectively with larger banks in terms of products and services, but provides customers the service and flexibility of a community bank.

MidFirst Bank offers a full range of commercial, trust, private banking and mortgage banking products and services. MidFirst is a strong commercial real estate lender and a major servicer of mortgage loans nationally. Primary markets include Oklahoma City, Tulsa, western Oklahoma, Denver and Phoenix, with commercial real estate lending offices in Atlanta, Houston, New York and Southern California.

While our portfolio of services competes with those of the larger banks, our people and culture truly define the MidFirst Bank difference. MidFirst Bank provides exceptional financial and deeply committed customer service. Our team members are loyal—loyal in their character, loyal in their personal commitment to our customers and loyal to always doing the right thing. No matter the town, no matter the location, no matter the department, MidFirst Bank customers can always count on working with thoughtful, intelligent, honest professionals who are true to their financial goals.

In addition, MidFirst Bank is a strong supporter of the communities we serve, investing time and money in important educational, charitable and civic organizations. Our volunteerism is powered by MidFirst Bank employees from all of the communities in which we live and share with our customers.

MidFirst Bank – True to your money

MidFirst and its affiliates are Equal Opportunity Employers – M/F/Disability/Vets
A Drug Free Workplace

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Carson Wentz

American football player

Carson James Wentz (born December 30, 1992) is an American footballquarterback for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). Wentz played college football at North Dakota State, where he won five NCAA FCS national championships. He was selected second overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2016 NFL Draft, making him the FCS's highest drafted player.

Wentz's most successful season was in 2017 when he led the Eagles to an 11–2 record. Although he suffered a season-ending injury, Wentz helped put the Eagles in position to obtain the top seed of the National Football Conference (NFC), which culminated with the franchise's first Super Bowl title in Super Bowl LII. He also earned Pro Bowl and second-team All-Pro honors. Wentz helped bring Philadelphia back to the playoffs during his next two seasons, but further injuries limited his participation. Amid a production dip in 2020, Wentz lost his starting job to rookie Jalen Hurts and was traded to Indianapolis the following season.

Early years[edit]

Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, Wentz moved to North Dakota with his family at the age of three.[1] He played quarterback and defensive back for the football team at Century High School in Bismarck, and also played basketball and baseball for the Patriots.[2] As a freshman, he was 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) in height, grew to 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) as a senior,[3] and graduated in 2011 as valedictorian of his class.[4]

College career[edit]

2011 season[edit]

See also: 2011 North Dakota State Bison football team

Wentz attended North Dakota State, redshirting his first season with the Bison as they won their first FCS title under ninth-year head coach Craig Bohl.[5]

2012 season[edit]

See also: 2012 North Dakota State Bison football team

As a redshirt freshman in 2012, Wentz was the backup quarterback to Brock Jensen and played in his first collegiate game on September 22. He completed all eight of his passes for 93 yards and threw his first touchdown in relief of Jensen in a 66–7 blowout victory over the Prairie View A&M Panthers.[6] Wentz finished the season completing 12-of-16 pass attempts for 144 passing yards and two touchdowns.[7]

2013 season[edit]

See also: 2013 North Dakota State Bison football team

Wentz was again the second-string quarterback in 2013 and appeared in 11 games. He had his best game that season on October 13, against Delaware State, completing 10-of-13 attempted passes for 105 passing yards and a touchdown.[8] Wentz ended his redshirt sophomore season completing 22-of-30 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown.[9]

2014 season[edit]

See also: 2014 North Dakota State Bison football team

Wentz became the Bison starting quarterback during his junior year in 2014. In his first start in the opener at Iowa State of the Big 12 Conference, he completed 18-of-28 pass attempts for 204 yards in a 34–14 victory on August 30.[10][11][12] During the game at Western Illinois on October 10, Wentz caught a 16-yard touchdown pass from running back John Crockett and helped lead the Bison to a 17–10 comeback victory.[13] Statistically, his best game that season was at Missouri State, where he threw for 247 yards and five touchdowns.[14]

Wentz led NDSU to a 15–1 record. On January 10, 2015, he started in his first national championship game against Illinois State and passed for 287 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 87 yards and scored a touchdown on a five-yard run to give North Dakota State the lead with 37 seconds left. NDSU won their fourth consecutive NCAA Division I Football Championship game, 29–27.[15][16] Wentz started all 16 games in 2014, completing 228 of 358 passes for 3,111 yards with 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He was also the team's second leading rusher, with 642 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns.[17]

2015 season[edit]

See also: 2015 North Dakota State Bison football team

As a fifth-year senior in 2015, Wentz had one of the best games of his career on October 10 against Northern Iowa, when he passed for a career-high 335 yards.[18] The following week against South Dakota, Wentz suffered a broken wrist in the first half but managed to complete the game with 16-of-28 completions, 195 passing yards, and two touchdown passes as the Bison lost 24–21.[19] After starting the first six games of the season and completing 63.7 percent of his passes for a total of 1,454 yards and 16 touchdowns, he missed the next eight weeks of the season.[20] He returned to practice in the beginning of December and was cleared to play in the national championship. On January 9, 2016, Wentz led the Bison to its fifth straight FCS title, running for two touchdowns and throwing for a third.[21] He was named the NCAA Division I-AA Championship Game Most Outstanding Player for the second straight year.[22]

Wentz graduated from NDSU with a degree in health and physical education, finishing with a 4.0 GPA and twice earning recognition as Academic All-American of the Year by the College Sports Information Directors of America, first for Division I football[23] and later for all Division I sports.[24]

Statistics[edit]

Professional career[edit]

In February 2016, most analysts had Wentz projected to be selected in the mid-first round of the draft.[29][30][31] However, Wentz began to be regarded as a Top 10 prospect after his pro day. On January 30, 2016, he played in the 2016 Reese's Senior Bowl and finished the game completing 6 of 10 pass attempts for 50 yards.[32] At the NFL Scouting Combine, Wentz showcased his athleticism as he was in the top three in the 40-yard dash, the broad jump, and the three-cone drill among all quarterbacks. Wentz also reportedly scored a 40/50 on his Wonderlic test.[33]

Philadelphia Eagles[edit]

2016 season[edit]

See also: 2016 Philadelphia Eagles season

On April 28, 2016, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Wentz in the first round with the second overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.[34] He is the first quarterback the Eagles selected in the first round of an NFL Draft since Donovan McNabb in 1999, who was also taken second overall.[35] He is also the first FCS quarterback taken in the first round since Joe Flacco was taken with the 18th overall selection in 2008, and the highest FCS quarterback taken in draft history, being drafted one slot before Steve McNair's in the 1995 NFL Draft.[36] The Eagles traded three top 100 picks in 2016, a first round pick in 2017, and a second round pick in 2018 in order to move up in the draft order and get him.[37] On May 12, 2016, Wentz signed a four-year deal worth $26.67 million, fully guaranteed, featuring a $17.6 million signing bonus.[38][39] He suffered a rib injury in the team's first preseason game of 2016,[40] but was fully healthy for the beginning of the 2016 regular season.

Originally intending to have Wentz sit and learn for the 2016 season, those plans changed when on September 3, 2016, the Eagles traded quarterback Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings.[41] The same day, it was also reported that the team planned to start Wentz for the 2016 season when he became healthy.[42] On September 5, Wentz was officially named the starter for the Eagles' 2016 season opener against the Cleveland Browns.[43] He made his first regular season start on September 11 against the Cleveland Browns, throwing for 278 passing yards and 2 touchdowns in the 29–10 victory.[44] He was named the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week for Week 1.[45] Wentz threw for 190 yards and a touchdown in a 29–14 win over the Chicago Bears in Week 2.[46] He became the first rookie quarterback since 1970 to win his first two games of the season and not throw an interception.[47] In Week 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Wentz finished with 301 passing yards and 2 touchdowns as the Eagles won 34–3.[48] He was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Steelers.[49] In Week 9, against the New York Giants, he was 27-of-47 for a season-high 364 yards and two interceptions in the 28–23 loss.[50] In his rookie season, Wentz started all 16 games for the Eagles as they finished the season with a 7–9 record.[51] Wentz threw for a league-record 379 completions by a rookie, breaking the record of 354 held by former teammate Sam Bradford, who was with the St. Louis Rams at the time.[52] His 379 completions also set a single season franchise record, breaking the record of 346 also held by Bradford from the previous season. Wentz also set a single season franchise record with 607 pass attempts, the second highest attempts by a rookie in league history (Andrew Luck had 627 in the 2012 season).[53]

2017 season: Super Bowl champions[edit]

See also: 2017 Philadelphia Eagles season

Wentz passing against the Redskins in Week 1, 2017

In Week 1 against the Washington Redskins, Wentz finished with 307 passing yards, two touchdowns, and an interception from a pass tipped at the line of scrimmage as the Eagles won by a score of 30–17.[54] In Week 2 against the Kansas City Chiefs, Wentz threw for 333 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. In addition, he rushed for 55 yards in the 27–20 loss.[55] In a Week 5 34–7 rout over the Arizona Cardinals, Wentz finished the game with 304 yards and a career-high four passing touchdowns.[56] In the first five games of 2017, he passed for 1,362 yards and 10 touchdowns with three interceptions.[57][58] After this start, NFL insiders and reports ranked Wentz as a possible NFL MVP.[59] Wentz was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for Week 7 after passing for 268 yards and a career-high tying four touchdowns in a 34–24 win over the Redskins.[60] During Week 9 against the Denver Broncos, Wentz finished with 199 passing yards and 4 touchdowns as the Eagles won 51–23.[61] During Week 14 against the Los Angeles Rams, Wentz left the game due to an apparent knee injury. He finished with 291 passing yards, 4 touchdowns, and an interception as the Eagles won 43–35. The win earned Wentz's first NFC East Title in the Pederson/Wentz era.[62] The next day, an MRI revealed that he suffered a torn ACL, keeping him out for the remainder of the season.[63][64] In 13 starts, Wentz finished the year with 3,296 passing yards, 33 touchdowns, 7 interceptions, a 60.2 completion percentage, and a 101.9 quarterback rating. On December 13, Wentz underwent successful surgery on his ACL.[65] Wentz was selected to his first Pro Bowl on December 19, but could not participate due to the aftermath of his recent knee surgery.[66][67] He was ranked third by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2018.[68] Led by Nick Foles, the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41–33 in Super Bowl LII, the first Super Bowl win in franchise history.[69][70]

2018 season[edit]

See also: 2018 Philadelphia Eagles season

On June 25, 2018, prior to the start of the new season, Wentz was ranked third overall in the NFL Top 100 Players of 2018.[71] It is the highest Top 100 debut ranking in the history of the league.[72]

Wentz missed the first two games in an effort to continue recovery from his ACL injury and Nick Foles remained as the starter. On September 17, Wentz was medically cleared and retained his starting quarterback role.[73] In his 2018 debut, Wentz would finish with 255 yards, one touchdown, and an interception in the Eagles' 20–16 win against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3.[74] The Eagles experienced mixed results with Wentz as starter. He finished with a 5–6 record and passed for 3,074 yards, 21 touchdowns, and seven interceptions.[75] Near the end of the season, Wentz had to deal with a back injury and the Eagles not wanting to risk further injury decided to shut him down for the season and put Nick Foles as the starter for the rest of the season and the playoffs.[76]

2019 season[edit]

See also: 2019 Philadelphia Eagles season

On April 29, 2019, the Eagles exercised the fifth-year option on Wentz's contract.[77] On June 6, 2019, the Eagles signed Wentz to a four-year, $128 million contract extension with $107 million guaranteed, keeping him under contract through the 2024 season.[78] In Week 1 against the Washington Redskins, Wentz threw for 313 yards and three touchdowns as the Eagles won 32–27.[79] In Week 4, against the Green Bay Packers, he helped lead the Eagles to a 34–27 victory with three passing touchdowns.[80] In Week 13 against the Miami Dolphins, Wentz threw for 310 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception in the 37–31 loss.[81] In Week 14, against the New York Giants, Wentz helped lead a comeback victory with 325 passing yards and two touchdowns in the 23–17 overtime win.[82] In Week 15 against the Redskins, Wentz threw for 266 yards and three touchdowns during another comeback victory as the Eagles won 37–27.[83] In week 16 against the Dallas Cowboys, Wentz threw for 319 yards and a touchdown during the 17–9 win.[84] Wentz helped lead the Eagles to a crucial 34–17 victory over the New York Giants in Week 17. Wentz had 289 yards and a touchdown in the victory, which gave the Eagles the NFC East title. The division title was his second in the Pederson/Wentz era.[85][86] Wentz finished the 2019 season with 4,039 passing yards, 27 touchdowns, and seven interceptions.[87] He became the first quarterback in franchise history to pass for at least 4,000 yards[88] and the first in the NFL to do so without any receiver catching at least 500 yards.[89]

In the NFC Wild Card game against the Seattle Seahawks, Wentz left the game with a head injury in the first quarter after defensive end Jadeveon Clowney made a helmet to helmet hit on him. He was ruled out of the game with a concussion after playing just nine snaps[90] in his post-season debut. The Eagles lost the game 17–9.[91]

2020 season[edit]

See also: 2020 Philadelphia Eagles season

Wentz made his return from injury in Week 1 against the Washington Football Team. During the game, Wentz threw for 270 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions as the Eagles lost 27–17. In the second quarter, the Eagles had a 17–0 lead over the Football Team, but they never managed to score for the rest of the game.[92] In Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams, Wentz continued to struggle, throwing for 242 yards and two interceptions during the 37–19 loss.[93] In Week 3 against the Cincinnati Bengals, Wentz threw two more interceptions during the 23–23 tie game.[94] In Week 7, against the New York Giants, he had 359 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, and one interception in the 22–21 win.[95] In Week 8 against the Dallas Cowboys, Wentz struggled, throwing for 123 yards and two touchdowns and two interceptions during a 23–9 win.[96] In Week 11, Wentz went 21 for 35 throwing against the Cleveland Browns for 235 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions, one being a pick-six in the 22–17 loss.[97] In Week 12, Wentz threw for two touchdowns and one interception for 23–17 loss against the Seattle Seahawks.[98] In Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers, Wentz was benched in the third quarter for Jalen Hurts after the Eagles were trailing 20–3. Without Wentz, the Eagles went on to lose 16–30.[99] On December 8, 2020, the Eagles named Jalen Hurts the starting quarterback for their Week 14 game against the New Orleans Saints.[100][101][102]

At the time of his benching, Wentz scored 21 total touchdowns (16 passing, 5 rushing). However, he led the league in interceptions thrown (15), total turnovers (19), and sacks taken (50).[103] He ended up leading the league in all of those categories at the end of the season despite only playing in 12 games.[104]

Indianapolis Colts[edit]

2021 season

Wentz was traded to the Indianapolis Colts on March 17, 2021, in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and a 2022 conditional second-round pick.[105] He was reunited with former Philadelphia Eagles' coordinator and current Indianapolis Colts' head coach Frank Reich. During training camp, Wentz suffered a foot injury that required surgery. He underwent the surgery on August 2, 2021.[106]

Despite the foot surgery, Wentz was able to return in time for the September 12 season opener at home against the Seattle Seahawks, where he completed 25-of-38 passes for 251 yards and two touchdowns, however the Colts fell short 28–16 in his Indianapolis debut.[107]

NFL career statistics[edit]

Legend
Won the Super Bowl
Led the league
BoldCareer high

Regular season[edit]

Year Team Games Passing Rushing Sacks Fumbles
GPGSRecordCompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntRtgAttYdsAvgTDSckSckYFumLost
2016PHI16167−937960762.43,7826.2161479.3461503.3233213143
2017PHI131311−226544060.23,2967.5337101.9642994.702816293
2018PHI11115−627940169.63,0747.7217102.234932.703120296
2019PHI16169−738860763.94,0396.727793.1622433.9137230167
2020PHI12123−8−125143757.42,6206.0161572.8492585.3550326104
2021IND10105−521233463.42,3787.117397.9331203.611712052
Career787840−37−11,7742,82662.719,1896.81305390.22911,1814.191971,2656326

Postseason[edit]

Year Team Games Passing Rushing Sacks Fumbles
GPGSRecordCompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntRtgAttYdsAvgTDSckSckYFumLost
2017PHI00Did not play due to injury
2018PHI00Did not play due to injury
2019PHI110−11425.030.80039.6000.001110
Career110−11425.030.80039.6000.001110

Career awards and highlights[edit]

NFL records[edit]

  • Most pass completions through the first 24 games of his career (540)[108]
  • Most consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass with one interception or less (Current streak is 22 games surpassing Matt Ryan's 21 from December 2015– Sept. 2017)
  • First quarterback in history to have a 4,000 yard season without having a single receiver with at least 500 receiving yards[89]
  • First quarterback in history to throw for 20 or more touchdowns and seven or less interceptions in three consecutive seasons [109]

Eagles franchise records[edit]

  • First quarterback in team history to throw for over 4,000 yards: 4,039 (2019)[110][111]
  • Most passing touchdowns in a season: 33 (2017)[110]
  • Most pass completions in a season: 388 (2019)[110]
  • Most pass attempts in a season: 607 (2016 & 2019)[110]
  • Most touchdown passes in the 1st quarter (3, 2017)[112]
  • Most touchdown passes in a calendar month (14, October 2017)[113]
  • Consecutive games with a touchdown pass (20, November 2018 – September 2020)[114]
  • Season completion percentage: 69.6% (2018) (minimum 6 starts)[110]
  • Lowest interception percentage: 1.2% (2019) (minimum 11 starts)[110]

Awards[edit]

Personal life[edit]

On February 6, 2018, two days after the Eagles' victory in Super Bowl LII, Wentz announced that he and his girlfriend, Madison Oberg, were engaged.[118] On July 16, 2018, Wentz and Oberg were married in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.[119] The couple have two daughters together, Hadley Jayne, was born in April 2020 and Hudson Rose, was born in November 2021.[120][121]

Wentz is a Christian.[122] In 2017, Wentz launched the AO1 Foundation.[123][124] Wentz started a project in 2018 in conjunction with Mission of Hope Haiti to build a sports complex in the country.[125] Wentz held the first annual AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game at Citizens Bank Park on June 1, 2018. It was announced that the game brought in over $850,000 when 25,000+ fans attended the event.[126]

Wentz is an avid hunter during the offseason, and frequently visits his home state of North Dakota.[127]

He is particularly noted for his friendship with Major League Baseball player Mike Trout, and gave him a ball as a gift after a touchdown in a win against the Dallas Cowboys on January 1, 2017.[128][129]

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Midfirst Bank Careers For Teller

Job Description:

Tellers are responsible for efficiently processing a variety of customer transactions while providing the highest level of service and identifying bank products and services that would be beneficial to potential and existing customers. Tellers must be proactive, friendly and courteous and should continually seek out opportunities to impress those they service.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Greeting customers and facilitating a welcoming and customer-focused environment
  • Processing customer transactions efficiently and accurately in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a balanced cash drawer and adhering to internal controls and procedures
  • Generating new business and expanding relationships with current customers by cross-selling bank products and services that would benefit each individual
  • Building customer loyalty by developing relationships and always offering exceptional service
  • Responding to customer inquiries and concerns by researching and identifying positive solutions
  • This position is required to participate in both informal and formal training (paid) and must successfully pass our Teller Certification test to be allowed to operate a Teller drawer. Formal training consists of one full week of training/testing which is conducted within your first 3 weeks of employment and is scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum of 6 months of cash handling experience in a retail sales environment and/or previous banking experience
  • Excellent client-service skills, including oral and written communication with exceptional influencing skills
  • Ability to effectively contribute to a positive team environment and work toward achieving both personal and group goals
  • Careful attention to detail and strong organization skills. Must adhere closely to bank procedures and regulations
  • Ability to quickly establish credibility and rapport with customers; demonstrate confidence in dealing with his/her peers
  • Strong work ethic and high integrity

Job Details:

Company:  Midfirst Bank

Vacancy Type: Full Time

Job Functions: Other

Job Location:  Phoenix, AZ, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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NOTE: Please read this entire disclosure and click “Accept” at the bottom to proceed.

This statement asks for your consent so that we can provide communications and information to you in an electronic format rather than in paper format. Before you decide whether or not you wish to provide your consent to receiving electronic disclosures, you should read and consider the following information. Then, if you decide to consent, you can click the “Accept” button confirming you have read and agreed to the terms of this disclosure. For your consent to be effective, your computer and browser will need to meet the hardware and software requirements discussed below.

This statement contains important information that we are required by law to provide to you. You should keep a copy for your records. If you have any questions about these disclosures that are not answered, feel free to communicate with us using any of the following contacts:

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Our Online Account Opening Service (the “Service”) along with the required documents and disclosures to open an account on the Service were designed and built to provide records to you in electronic form. You cannot establish an account relationship online without agreeing to receive account agreements and disclosures in electronic form.

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  • Initial review and approval, along with any updates or amendments to, our Deposit Account Agreement;
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Notice of change in account terms;

  • Notice of fee changes;
  • Responses to any questions you may have about electronic funds transfers;
  • Privacy and security notices.

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If you have trouble printing or if you need a paper copy for a special situation, you may request a paper copy from us by contacting us through any of the methods listed above. If you need a paper copy of any Edisclosure, we will provide the first copy for free. Charges may apply for additional paper copies.

2. System and Equipment Requirements

Prior to accepting the electronic delivery of disclosures, you should verify that you have the required hardware and software necessary to access the system and retrieve documents and disclosures in an electronic format.

You will need:

  • Internet Access.
  • A computer and Internet browser that can support 128-bit encryption.
  • Adobe Reader software, or a similar utility capable of displaying PDF files.
  • For security purposes, we support the most current version of popular browsers, such as Microsoft Edge, Mozilla/Firefox, Google Chrome or Apple Safari browser. The most current browser versions are typically more secure and will support 128 bit encryption.
  • A printer connected to your computer for printing E-disclosures and/or sufficient hard-drive space or other media (e.g. CD, USB drive) if you plan to save disclosures in an electronic format.
  • An external email address. This is necessary so that we can send you notices when E- disclosures are available on our website or within the Service.

We may revise hardware and software requirements from time-to-time. If there is a material chance that the changes may impact your ability to access the system or E-disclosures, we will notify you of these changes thirty (30) days in advance. At that time, you will be given an opportunity to change the format of your disclosures (e.g. change from an electronic format to paper format) without the imposition of any fees.

3. Cancellation of E-Disclosures

If you consent to receive E-disclosures and later change your mind, you may withdraw your consent and change to paper delivery format.

You can notify us of your intent to cancel E-disclosures by sending us a secure message through the Service, or by contacting us through any of the methods listed above.

If you send us a secure message or write us a letter, please be sure to identify yourself and the applicable accounts.

If you have agreed to receive electronic-only account statements, you can “opt-out” on the “Change Document Delivery Method” page within the Documents section in the Service. After your opt-out request is processed, you will begin receiving paper copies of account statements and additional charges may apply.

4. Address Changes

In order to provide E-disclosures, we must maintain current customer email address at all times. It is your sole responsibility to provide us with your correct contact information, including your email address.

You should notify WesBanco Bank, Inc. of any changes to your personal contact information by calling us at 1-800-905-9043 or you can update your personal information at any of our branch locations. If you wish to notify us electronically, please update your personal information through the Customer Service menu within the Service.

5. Proceed with Acceptance of E-Disclosures

With your acceptance, you agree to accept the Overdraft Services Consent Disclosure and other related account disclosures in an electronic format. You also agree that you have the necessary equipment for accessing and viewing the disclosures and you agree to notify us if you change your email address or if you no longer want to receive disclosures electronically.

If you do not want E-disclosures, do not checkmark the box confirming that you agree to the terms within the account opening process. If you do not accept E-disclosures you will not be able to continue with establishing your account relationship online.

Источник: https://www.wesbanco.com/

Customer Care Follow-Up Associate

Midland Mortgage, a division of MidFirst Bank, is one of the most successful home mortgage servicers in the country. We are looking for energetic individuals with excellent communication skills who enjoy helping others in a team-oriented call center environment. As a Customer Care Follow-Up Associate, you will be responsible for answering inbound calls and making outbound calls to assist customers who have applied for a mortgage assistance program to ensure they understand the steps necessary to successfully complete the application process. You will also assist customers in making their payments.
Some of the many reasons to join our team include:
Comprehensive compensation package €“ medical, dental, vision, paid holidays, tuition reimbursement, 401(k), and more!
Generous incentive plan €“ top performers can earn up to an additional $500 to $750 per month!
Minimum $250 incentive bonus paid monthly for the first 4 months of employment
Bilingual candidates fluent in both Spanish and English will earn an additional $1.00 per hour
Standard work schedule from 8AM€“5PM, Monday through Friday
Extensive classroom-style and on-the job training programs in home mortgage and communications
Friendly business casual atmosphere
Position Requirements:
Must enjoy helping others by phone, be detail-oriented, adapt well to change, able to multi-task, and have experience using a personal computer. Competitive individuals with strong and assertive communication skills who are dependable typically succeed in this position. Candidates with previous customer service, call center, and/or loan counseling experience are strongly encouraged to apply.
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
. Apply now!

Источник: https://geebo.com/jobs-online/view/id/591845766-customer-care-follow-up-/mobile//

Assistant General Counsel

The attorney in this position will practice in the regulatory and legislative group within MidFirst’s internal legal department. Primary responsibilities include providing relevant legal advice to business management, other practice groups within the Legal Department and the Compliance and Enterprise Risk Departments, aimed at ensuring that MidFirst maintains compliance with all applicable laws and regulations, monitoring new legislation and changes to existing legislation that, in each case, have the potential to impact MidFirst’s business. The individual in this position will work closely with Compliance Department staff to provide legal guidance and interpretations in connection with the compliance testing, risk assessments and regulatory change management projects, and also will assist with MidFirst’s participation in the regulatory comment process.

Position Requirements:
The qualified candidate will possess a law degree and must have 5+ years of legal experience in either banking or general corporate law with a law firm or financial institution. Bank or other regulatory experience is strongly preferred. The successful candidate will have excellent academic credentials, strong written and oral communication skills and must possess the ability to manage large numbers of projects simultaneously in a variety of legal areas. The candidate must be able to work under pressure and have good judgment and the ability to identify potential legal issues. The ability to communicate effectively with management regarding complex regulatory issues is also a critical skill set.



We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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Job ID:10934
Источник: https://www.application.careers/jobs/midfirst-bank-assistant-general-counsel-37931945

Midfirst Bank Careers For Teller

Job Description:

Tellers are responsible for efficiently processing a variety of customer transactions while providing the highest level of service and identifying bank products and services that would be beneficial to potential and existing customers. Tellers must be proactive, friendly and courteous and should continually seek out opportunities to impress those they service.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Greeting customers and facilitating a welcoming and customer-focused environment
  • Processing customer transactions efficiently and accurately in a fast-paced environment while maintaining a balanced cash drawer and adhering to internal controls and procedures
  • Generating new business and expanding relationships with current customers by cross-selling bank products and services that would benefit each individual
  • Building customer loyalty by developing relationships and always offering exceptional service
  • Responding to customer inquiries and concerns by researching and identifying positive solutions
  • This position is required to participate in both informal and formal training (paid) and must successfully pass our Teller Certification test to be allowed to operate a Teller drawer. Formal training consists of one full week of training/testing which is conducted within your first 3 weeks of employment and is scheduled Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Job Requirements:

  • Minimum of 6 months of cash handling experience in a retail sales environment and/or previous banking experience
  • Excellent client-service skills, including oral and written communication with exceptional influencing skills
  • Ability to effectively contribute to a positive team environment and work toward achieving both personal and group goals
  • Careful attention to detail and strong organization skills. Must adhere closely to bank procedures and regulations
  • Ability to quickly establish credibility and rapport with customers; demonstrate confidence in dealing with his/her peers
  • Strong work ethic and high integrity

Job Details:

Company:  Midfirst Bank

Vacancy Type: Full Time

Job Functions: Other

Job Location:  Phoenix, AZ, US

Application Deadline: N/A

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Stark County real estate transfers Oct. 23-29


Alliance

Bowser Michael R & Jennifer N from Bragg Shelia Marie & Chambers Julia N &, 830 Walnut Ave, $36,500. 

Evans Brandon from T & L Casas LLC, 405 E Oxford St, $56,000. 

Fetters Michael J from Fetters Raymond P, 1004 Hartshorn St, $134,000. 

Gibben Allison Marie & Shirey Samuel from Betker Katie, 1501 Grace St, $72,000. 

Graber Robin Doreen from Graber Robin Doreen & Findling David Wil, 2155 Sunray Cir, $115,600. 

Laughlin Melissa from Cim REO 2021-NR1 LLC, 150 Milner St, $44,500. 

Scarpino Maria A & Samuel from Rhome Alexander L & Emily M, 2320 Burton Ave, $167,000. 

Statler Eric S & Jennifer A from Brady Donald P, 2371 Ansley St, $95,000. 

Waugh Cory & Kaitlyn from Kitzmiller Kolton, 65 W Oxford St, $134,000. 

Waugh Cory & Kaitlyn from Kitzmiller Kolton, parcel 101302 Oxford St W, $134,000. 

Wittensoldner Ryan & Kelly from Workman Robert W Sr Betty J, 1340 South St, $72,000. 

Bethlehem Township

Chappell Scott A & Hastings Sarah N from Perchinske John J & Boes-Perchinske Roch, 8470 Goodrich Rd SW, $410,000. 

Gayheart Jesse & Ashley & from Lincoln Robert H Jr Lisa K, 140 High St NW, $110,500. 

Canal Fulton

Culp Thomas D III from Moke Robert B, 650 Dan Ave, $123,000. 

Canton

757 Webb LLC from Allen Saprina Trustee of the Steiner 3 T, 501 15th St NE, $65,000. 

Allen John M from Menegay Donovan & Alonnzo Alexander, 216 Broad Ave NW, $109,000. 

Anderson Dana Gene & Debra Kay from Rohleder Joy R, 4109 3rd St NW, $150,000. 

Anderson Noah C from Lockwood Nathan J & Kristina M Trustees, 1630 38th St NW, $139,000. 

Bailey Bill Boyd from Brookins Maggie P, 1727 Taft Ave NE, $63,000. 

Beachy Jeremy from Rmma Restorations LLC, 2606 12th St SW, $50,000. 

Berry Brandy Crystal & Brent from Alm Enterprises LLC, 811 19th St NW, $93,500. 

Cedillo Raul Diaz from Greenbaum Michael J, 873 the O’jays Pkwy NE, $51,700. 

City of Canton from DCLB Corp, 1020 Market Ave N, $1,250,000. 

City of Canton from DCLB Corp, 909 Walnut Ave NE, $1,250,000. 

City of Canton from DCLB Corp, parcel 202329 Piedmont Ave NE, $1,250,000. 

City of Canton from DCLB Corp, parcel 243607 11th St NE, $1,250,000. 

Collier Margaret A & Robert from Williams Laura L & Jones Cynthia K, 3044 Windsor PL SW, $84,000. 

Dronebarger Kenneth III from Dimarzio Jina M & Curtis J, 2129 Washington BLVD NW, $135,000. 

Edmondson Willie L from Sparks Jared & Lee David, 127 23rd St NW, $200,000. 

Finn Eliza from Tausch Anthony & Moffett Justin C, 206 13th St NE, $105,000. 

Flex Enterprises LLC from 1st Choice Properties of Akron LLC, 2600 25th St NE, $250,000. 

Foutz David W & Emily R from Shawk Andrew & Colleen, 1930 Franklin PL NW, $140,000. 

Gaut Michael J from Harvey Samuel D Sr, 2031 Sandwith Ave SW, $60,500. 

Gaut Michael J from Harvey Samuel D Sr, parcel 236643 21st St SW, $60,500. 

Gaut Michael J from Harvey Samuel D Sr, parcel 236644 Wertz Ave SW, $60,500. 

Gwin Janice A from Theno Jacob T, 262 Bellflower Ave NW, $160,000. 

Hernandez Maria Tzoc from Thomas Richard D, 621 10th St NW, $34,000. 

Hicks Ulonda L from Habitat for Humanity East Central Ohio I, 1410 Sycamore Ave SE, $130,000. 

Iser Kenneth D from Whitmer Joseph A Etal, 809 11th St NW, $45,000. 

Jones Terrance from Association for Better Community Develop, 1933 3rd St NE, $45,000. 

Kent Jacob C from Parsons Darrell v, 1664 Harrisburg Rd NE, $47,000. 

Lavery Brandon from Roundtown Property Solutions LLC, 3020 9th St SW, $96,000. 

Lemus Fredal Enrique from Monroy Marelisa E &Ramirez Kent, 906 13th St NW, $22,000. 

Lockwood Nathan J & Kristina M from Shifman Arnold R, 1301 Buena Vista St NE, $210,000. 

Lott Rex G & Patricia A from Merlin Properties of Stark County Ltd, 806 Smith Ave NW, $56,500. 

Ludwig Michael R & Christine L from Degliris Konstantia, 4824 Meadowlane Dr NW, $127,000. 

Masa Development LLC from Muheisen Safaa Hasan, 1816 Cleveland Ave NW, $75,000. 

Massar Kurt & Patricia from Marlatt Lenora E, 1308 Southpointe Cir NE, $249,000. 

Mccullough James from Williams Kenyatta, 2001 Tuscarawas St E, $26,600. 

Mckinney Jordan E from Phillips Alyshia R, 2717 Kirby Ave NE, $128,000. 

Merryman David A & Nancy A from Schweitzer Shelley A, 4600 High Vista Cir NE, $210,000. 

Modrak Christopher J from James Melvin A & Debra S, access citizens bank 22nd St NW, $155,000. 

Neff Zachary T from Fisher Kevin & Mary, 1641 Alden Ave SW, $69,900. 

Ontrack Properties LLC from Yoder Steven & Ellen, 1459 Spring Ave NE, $45,000. 

Palm Courtney E from Habitat for Humanity East Central Ohio, 1439 Willet Ave SE, $130,000. 

Panopoulos Pete Phillip from Panopoulos Christ P & Gabriel M, 1711 Myrtle Ave NW, $16,950. 

Revision Homebuyers LLC from RL Properties LLC, 1421 Crescent Rd SW, $42,000. 

Seery Teddy Jr from Cazantzes Thomas A, 205 Clarendon Ave NW, $77,500. 

SFR3-040 LLC from Baker Antonia, 1217 Homewood Ave SW, $43,000. 

SFR3-040 LLC from Buckeye Real Estate Solutions LLC, 2715 Blair PL SW, $46,000. 

SFR3-040 LLC from Buckeye Real Estate Solutions, 1423 Roslyn Ave SW, $57,000. 

SFR3-040 LLC from Buckeye Real Estatesolutions LLC, 3210 13th St SW, $48,000. 

SFR3-040 LLC from Cantrell Randy L, 2704 Rosewood PL NW, $30,000. 

SFR3-040 LLC from Wickemeyer Nikki R, 2635 2nd St NW, $44,000. 

Smith Lori L from Patnode James T, 1117 Oby PL NW, $1,500. 

Smith Willie from Williams John B, 4613 Westwood Ave NW, $209,900. 

Thomas Tavish from GBJ Properties LLC, 917 21st St NE, $129,900. 

Thorny Rose LLC from M N U Ohio LLC, 1921 Woodland Ave NW, $33,300. 

Thorny Rose LLC from Mnu LLC, 1915 Woodland Ave NW, $25,000. 

Tucker Brian K & Glenn A from SC&J Properties LLC, 2010 Fremont PL SW, $62,000. 

Ultimo Joseph R from Ultimo Salvatore, 1942 4th St SE, $22,500. 

Vanhorn Aaron D from Russ Matthew R, 239 18th St NW, $125,000. 

Wakeley Joseph D II & Brooke C from Scott Trever J.e. & Morris Sara M, 1117 38th St NW, $130,000. 

West David from Equity Trust Company FBO Elizabeth A. Bu, 1010 5th St NW, $1,000. 

White Nicholas Michael & Sydney Rae from CJ Convenience Inc, 911 Fulton Rd NW, $74,900. 

Williams Reynold III from J & J Property Holdings of Ohio LLC, 1130 26th St NE, $134,000. 

Wilson Hortordo M from Bonacuse Enterprises LLC, 1328 Shorb Ave NW, $28,000. 

Wilson Hortordo M from Shamansky Robert & Kelsey, 1224 Walnut Ave NE, $68,000. 

Wilson Hortordo M from Shamansky Robert G & Kelsey, 1366 Cherry Ave NE, $50,000. 

Woodall Cynthia L from Dragomier Sue C, 2021 34th St NW, $156,789. 

Zachary Gerald from Martinez Carolyn, 2917 Kirby Ave NE, $51,750. 

Zachary Gerald from Martinez Carolyn, parcel 230954 Ellis Ave NE, $51,750. 

Zeus Equities LLC from Galati Paul J, 3057 Dalton PL SW, $60,000. 

Canton Township

Church William Z from JBSM Investments LLC, 4147 Georgetown Rd NE, $100,000. 

Church William Z from JBSM Investments LLC, parcel 1305113 Georgetown St NE, $100,000. 

Delauder Jacob R from Williams Michaela D, 215 28th St SW, $87,900. 

Equity Trust Company Custodian FBO from Terrell-Jackson Anna L, 4337 Georgetown Rd NE, $65,000. 

Equity Trust Company Custodian FBO from Terrell-Jackson Anna L, parcel 1303048 Georgetown St NE, $65,000. 

Equity Trust Company Custodian FBO from Terrell-Jackson Anna L, parcel 1303049 Coolridge Ave NE, $65,000. 

M&L Storage LLC from Waco Mini Storage LLC, 2200 17th St SE, $748,000. 

Morrison Madilynn A & Downard Justus A from Taylor Gabriel O & Rachael D, 205 52nd St SW, $130,000. 

Prete Edward J from Rasinar Renovations and Consulting LLC, 2134 Berdel St SE, $26,000. 

Reilly Troy A from Beegle Brigitte M, 3721 Waynesburg Dr SE, $212,000. 

Sellers Dakota W from Thompson Spencer W, 123 32nd St SW, $134,900. 

Sree Ganga LLC & Chitibomma Srinivasa C from Khalsa Properties LLC, 3690 Cleveland Ave SE, $150,000. 

Jackson Township

Adamany Nicholas & Brass Stephanie from RG3 LLC, parcel 10009536 Clubview St NW, $87,500. 

Benavente Gloria M from Angle Debra J, 3311 Bahama Ave NW, $185,000. 

Bowen Gary & Nancy from Conaway Bonnie M., 8841 Scot’s Landing Cir NW, $180,000. 

Bricker Duane H from Ginther Ronald L & Barbara L Co Trustees, 8661 Serenity Dr NW, $349,000. 

Burkhart Franklin II & Copper from Corr Craig E & Diane E, 270 Mount Pleasant St NW, $300,000. 

Caldwell Brandon S & Fassnacht Lauren from Lackey Cassey Arlene, 7542 Rob St NW, $210,000. 

Carson Tyler J & Jordin from Medure Vincent, 1033 Taggart St NW, $130,000. 

Cooper Megan R & Timothy D from Cvikovich Gary M & Julia L, 6749 Chatsworth St NW, $569,000. 

Dickerhoof Oliver J & Alyssa M from Stefanko Mary E, 3174 Inwood Dr NW, $385,000. 

Dragomir Kendra M & Petraran Daniel J from Shafer Shirley A, 7411 Klingston St NW, $192,500. 

Hook Chad & Barbara from Bruno Gerard J & Moore Joanna Co Trustee, 8351 Forest Ridge St, $280,000. 

Hurley David & Megan from Mottice Karon, 3898 Wales Ave NW, $220,000. 

Ivan Diane Dee & George John from Harrold Kathy J, 10064 Forty Corners St NW, $185,000. 

Johnston Robert & Botheroyd Elizabeth from Bialis Debra, 5450 East BLVD NW, $263,000. 

Kyser Cody R & Ariel from Lawson Ronald Alan, 3287 Malory Cir NW, $310,000. 

Maurer James v & Janet from Drukenbrod Todd A & Mark R & Jon E, 6566 Fulton Dr NW, $270,000. 

Ostrout Julia M from NVR Inc., A Virginia Corporation, DBA, 3818 Saltmarsh Cir NW, $365,345. 

Perren Clifton A II & Erica E from Tu Jinbiao & Liu Jun, 6296 Margate Ave NW, $359,000. 

Pittman Dennis R & Paula M from Merryman David A & Nancy A, 4178 Red Oak Cir NW, $300,000. 

Pokomy Andrew M & Starosta Angela R from Davis Deborah J, 2318 Duncannon Ave NW, $260,000. 

Ratliff Jason & Ashlee from Josef John Michael, 9634 Strausser St NW, $258,000. 

Salcido Jacob & Alexandrea from Wilgus Daniel L, 6395 Woodmoor Ave NW, $198,500. 

Sidharta Nathanael O & Lian from Johnston Robert B, 6677 Nicklaus Ave NW, $240,000. 

Smith Kenneth W & Stacy A from Wray Richard B & Beryl M, 6075 Sandy Ridge Cir NW, $360,000. 

Tobin Bryce K from Hayek Group LLC, 4835 East BLVD NW, $250,000. 

Triola Weather at kill devil hills P & April D from Clifton David C, 10061 Portage St NW, $247,000. 

Valentine Deena L & David M from Vretas James T & Kathryn A, 5600 N Island Dr NW, $852,500. 

Wise Dominic & Breann from Snier William A Jr & Anna M, 9791 Emerald Ridge Ave NW, $268,000. 

Lake Township

Bowling Catherine from Goch Mark A Sr, 1966 Balmore St NW, $205,500. 

Cummins Rhonda Anne from Courie Lauren M, 10335 Tully Ave NW, $242,500. 

Davis Rebecca A & Jerry W from Freeland Richard L & Joyce L TRUSTEE/FRE, 1146 St Abigail St SW, $300,000. 

Deprato Alvin J Jr from Dehoff Agency Inc, parcel 2002082 Heckman St NW, $49,500. 

Eaton Cheryl J & Patrick J from the Lake Woodland Properties LLC, parcel 10014170 Woodlands Glen Ave, $160,000. 

Flathers David W from Becker Douglas F & Norine G, 8461 E Wadora Cir NW, $205,000. 

Freeland Joyce L Trustee from the Lake Woodland Properties LLC, parcel 10014175 Woodlands Glen Ave, $80,000. 

Grabowski Susan A from Resonate Real Estate Holdings, LLC, 3251 Crosby St NW, $150,000. 

Hopkins Melissa J & Mitchell W from Miller Christopher J & Lisa R, 12933 Sunset Cir NW, $176,000. 

Jones Jason R from Maple Harold E, 3001 Lee St NW, $105,000. 

Koch Jella P from Barnes David A, 13344 Betty Ave NW, $180,000. 

Lilenfield Amy & Dena Ttees from Equity Trust Company Custodian FBO, 10565 Rabbit Cove Cir NW, $334,900. 

Minor John T & Jessica A from Jordan James M & Lisa M, 1320 Saddle St NE, $225,000. 

Noble Jack Lee Jr & Beth Ann from Beachy Dorothy, 12291 Market Ave N, $99,000. 

Popham John E & Kandice K from Race Carl W, 2206 Hazel St NE, $160,000. 

Riley Benjamin S & Brittany A from Armstrong Timothy & Michelle, 3843 Edison St NW, $365,000. 

Ryan Benjamin E & Becca G from Freeman Jonathan D & Christina, 10140 Southwyck Ave NW, $365,000. 

Wagler Javon Lynn from Ringler Gary L & Dorothy A, 208 Jefferson St SE, $114,500. 

Yoder Paul A Jr from Wagler Joshua, 156 Jefferson St SE, $52,500. 

Lawrence Township

Clere Trevor M & Talafous Cassandra from Bays Brian, 13040 Orrville St NW, $495,000. 

Jobsz Bertram C & Nancy Alison Ttees from Citibank Na Ttee, 3887 Grant Ave NW, $130,000. 

Mccormick Zachary S & Mcmerell Molly E from Ketler Jacob A & Amy M, 6596 Ivyhill Dr NW, $235,000. 

Teppert Steven J from Grage David W, 6724 Silver Leaf Ave NW, $126,500. 

Lexington Township

Armour Haley M & Albert J from Thompson Land Holdings LLC, parcel 2809574 Robinwood St NE, $92,500. 

Harp Dawn from Harrison Tammy L, 15221 Gaskill Dr NE Lot #36, $7,000. 

Johnson Mark A from Forester Suzie, 11689 Edison St NE, $121,000. 

Johnson Mark A from Forester Suzie, 11691 Edison St NE, $121,000. 

Louisville

Icardi Mark v from Davis Sarah F Trustee / Sarah F Davis Re, 207 S Depot St, $74,000. 

Mleo Properties LLC from Miller O D Family Partnership, 1109 W Main St, $340,000. 

Mleo Properties LLC from Miller O D Family Partnership, 1115 W Main St, $340,000. 

Smith Christian P & Midfirst bank careers R from Hutson Rebecca, 1123 Sturbridge Dr, $213,000. 

Marlboro Township

CBMB Properties II from Marlboro Properties LLC, 12387 Marlboro Ave NE, $130,000. 

CBMB Properties II from Marlboro Properties LLC, 9587 Edison St NE, $130,000. 

Furney Richard Hamilton & Victoria G from Rhome Brian E & Laura A, 10790 Marlboro Ave NE, $370,000. 

Royer Melanie from Lakeview Loan Servicing LLC, 6701 St Peters Church Rd, $115,000. 

Sommers Michael A & Shelly L from Sommers Michael & Gary, 3232 Pontius St NE, $60,000. 

Massillon

Black Hawk Investments LLC from Hopson Raymond, 49 Woodland Ave SE, $12,100. 

Black Hawk Investments LLC from Hopson Raymond, 511 4th St SE, $15,400. 

Bowers David W from Young Steven, 1735 Tremont Ave SW, $91,900. 

Christopher Coralie & Yoder Jaxon from Nutter Mona R, 515 8th St NE, $117,425. 

Coury Michelle J & Glenn from Turskey Norma A, 3098 Meadowcrest St SW, $325,000. 

Covalesky Jenna from Equity Trust Company Custodian FBO Z0199, 450 Standish Ave NW, $113,500. 

Edgar Hazel L from Downie Lori J, 2052 University Commons Dr SE, $200,000. 

Hobbes Properties Ltd from Home Plate of Western Stark LLC, 739 3rd St SE, $242,800. 

Huppert Jason Matthew & Kerri from Kerr Melissa A, 214 Hawthorne Ave NE, $120,000. 

Jarvis Joel K & Sandra S from Shank Thomas W Jr & Robyn M, 198 Harmony St NW, $249,900. 

Johnson Stephanie R from 189 LLC an Ohio LLC, 49 21st St NW, $100,000. 

Mara Holdings LLC from Venet Deborah L Trustee / James A Venet, 1740 Stoner Ave NE, $123,500. 

Myers Alyssa H & Judge Thomas from Loudiana Michael J, 1634 Coventry Rd NE, $268,400. 

Palmer Monica L from Harmon William J & Palmer Monica L, 1245 Huron Rd SE, $13,600. 

Saurer Eric John from Alsakkaf Dylan, 1919 Main Ave W, $82,000. 

SFR3-040 LLC from 874 Wales LLC, 874 Wales Rd NE, $68,750. 

Stavroff Todd J from Stavroff Dennis G, 814 Euclid St SW, $50,000. 

Twining Ryan from Adams Wayne M, 2324 Rhode Island Ave SE, $130,000. 

Twining Ryan from Adams Wayne M, parcel 607709 Underhill Dr SE, $130,000. 

Williams April Dawn & Elijah from Woodliff Thomas P II & Mia, 504 8th St SW, $115,000. 

Nimishillen Township

Agnone Jeffrey & Audra from Thomas Mark A & Christine M, parcel 10014621 Swallen Ave NE, $78,000. 

Dieffenbaugher Kenneth Charles & Karri from Dieffenbaugher Matthew J, 5915 Noel St, $120,000. 

Spencer Jeffrey Ray from Spencer Jennifer, parcel 3303750 Ravenna Ave NE, $14,700. 

Walter Stefani A & Mark A from Kondaur Capital LLC Ttee, 4206 Chester Ave, $105,000. 

North Canton

Anderson Kevin E & Brandi L from Sinsky Michael, 448 Browning Ave NW, $189,900. 

Ballas William T from Hoy Brian R, 1156 Pershing Ave SE, $210,000. 

Emrick Todd S & Rebecca A from Cook Alice C, 904 Penny St SE, $150,000. 

Osnaburg Township

Boyle Brandon Lee from Boyle George Midfirst bank careers & Barbara J, 4236 Indian Run Ave SE, $200,000. 

Buck William J & Barbara Ttee from Buck William J II & Lynette M, parcel 4001198 Werley Rd NW, $339,638. 

Buck William J & Barbara Ttee from Buck William J II & Lynette M, parcel 4001199 Otter Ave, $339,638. 

Fimple Benjamin L & Casey L from NVR Inc. A Virginia Corp. DBA Ryan Homes, 5605 Spanish Bay St SE, $333,500. 

Paris Township

Araujo Ivo M from Soehnlen Paul E & Dixie J, 103 W 1st St, $163,000. 

Maurer Donna from American Home Trailers, 14000 Lincoln St SE Lot #10, $12,500. 

Patsch Joshua D & Lindsey A from Hall Stephen D & Jerica N, 1405 Baird Ave SE, $549,999. 

Waugh Cody from Greathouse Robert L Patricia Ann, 1940 Baird Ave NE, $185,000. 

Perry Township

Adams Wayne M from Goldie Michael C, 4952 Piccadilly Ave SW, $137,000. 

Albright Alexander from Hall Kevin A, 4033 Falcon Cir NW, $238,000. 

Frauenholz Dane & Christina M from NVR Inc A Virginia Corporation DBA, 4396 Pioneer Cir SW, $291,500. 

Griffiths Ashley & Joshua from Hill Thomas & Judy Ttee the Hill Irrevoc, 4011 Falcon Cir NW, $271,500. 

Martin Jeromy S & Heather S from Dragomire Carolyn S, 805 Overdale Ave NW, $202,000. 

Medeiros Zachary Winston & Maria Regina from NVR Inc. A Virginia Corp. DBA Ryan Homes, 6015 Lavenham Rd SW, $359,270. 

Morrison Erik v & Leyna M from Racin Daniel D, 5889 Bosford St SW, $232,400. 

NVR Inc D/B/A Ryan Homes from Dehoff Agency Inc, parcel 10013292 Lavenham Rd SW, $60,000. 

Shankle Steven J & Dorothy E & from Norbet Terrie, 1521 Woodlawn Ave NW, $123,600. 

Thacker Lorraine J & Gary L Trustees from Moore Doris J Trustee of the Moore Famil, 6014 Wentworth Rd SW, $255,000. 

Thompson Ryan Martel Lee & Erika I from Griffiths Joshua v & Ashley N, 4967 Trafalgar St SW, $194,500. 

Tombow Bruce & Kay L from Map Services Neo LLC, 611 Buckwalter Dr SW, $169,900. 

Vergara Javier Jr from Grosschmidt Tanya C, 4537 15th St NW, $147,000. 

Walker Stephanie Mae from NVR Inc., A Virginia Corporation, DBA, 6004 Lavenham Rd SW, $316,360. 

Pike Township

Delong Curtis L from Delong Bruce L, 1888 Paradise St SE, $150,000. 

Plain Township

Badgett Joshua P from Kukla John J, 1535 Diamond St NE, $183,000. 

Beck Timothy from Midfirst Bank, 2807 33rd St NE, $46,400. 

Cialella Joseph from Countryside Service Company LLC, 1923 Eastbranch Cir NE, $205,000. 

Commercial Property Maintenance LLC from Barber Frances P, 6742 Wise Ave NW, $232,000. 

Dimarzio James M & Rhonda R & Gino A from Weisend Dennis W & Gail A, 1778 Mount Pleasant St NE, $88,700. 

Fisk Benjamin J from Debord Russell D Jr, 6932 Big Spring Ave NE, $226,000. 

Green Sean & Balser Brittany A from Kamwesa Daniel Ogendo & Emily, 3050 Fulton Dr NW, $210,000. 

Group Property Management Ltd from Golden Eagle Land LLC, 4217 Hills and Dales Rd NW, $210,000. 

Hamann Martin Dean & Sherry Lynn from Humphrys Janice M Trustee, 1140 Las Olas BLVD NW, $320,000. 

J Saleh Properties LLC from Saleh Omran, 3814 Royal Ave NE, $50,000. 

Jones Satara Monique & Derrick A Sr from Valerie K Trustees, 3811 Kaiser Ave NE, $130,000. 

Lewis Patrick from Lathrop Philip H & Mary E, 3030 55th St NE, $173,000. 

Lifeline Property Management LLC from Hawrysko Debra L, 2823 Columbus Rd NE, $79,900. 

May Alicia from Nicholson Derrick D & Degeorge Regina L, 2345 Fencegate St NE, $270,000. 

Murawski Samuel Logan & Jamie from Conaway Carl Joseph, 1045 Chelmsford St NW, $275,000. 

Murray Allen & Nicole from Farley Franklin T & Julie A, 3533 Old Colony Dr NW, $399,900. 

My Choice Rental LLC from Hall Jr Guy A, 1602 34th St NE, $124,900. 

NVR Inc., A Virginia Corporation, DBA from Mckinley Edgewood Development Company LL, 1288 Fountain View St NE, $72,000. 

Rodriguez Erlin Javier Quintero & from Dickey Larry A Ridgway Dickey Victoria, 2791 Forestview St NE, $305,000. 

Rudd Thomas Cauthorn & Awilda Soto from Connelly Sean M & Hollinger Marissa, 3448 Overhill Dr NW, $350,000. 

Schenk Mark & Church Ashley from Duren Roberta J, 3437 Fulton Dr NW, $162,800. 

Siyaman 1 LLC from Geitgey Complexes Inc, parcel 5200670 Applegrove St NW, $627,000. 

Siyaman 1 LLC from Geitgey Complexes Inc, parcel 5200671 Devon Dr NW, $627,000. 

Sandy Township

Giannelli Cruze & Krystal from Crislip Brian S, 8585 Elmfort Ave SE, $22,000. 

Green Bryant & Kendal from Cilona Dency S, parcel 6100094 Grovedell St SE, $9,000. 

Sugarcreek Township

Bond Robert B from Hershberger Brian K Esta L, 432 Main St W, $150,000. 

Cozy Acres LLC from T & K Properties LLC, 906 W Main St, $1,000. 

Cozy Acres LLC from T & K Properties LLC, 908 W Main St, $34,000. 

Cozy Acres LLC from T & K Properties LLC, 910 W Main St, midfirst bank careers Acres LLC from T & K Properties LLC, 912 W Main St, $34,000. 

Cozy Acres LLC from T & K Properties LLC, 914 W Main St, $34,000. 

Cozy Acres LLC from T & K Properties LLC, 916 W Main St, $34,000. 

Cozy Acres LLC from T & K Properties LLC, 918 W Main St, $34,000. 

Cozy Acres LLC from T & K Properties, 904 W Main St, $37,800. 

Miller Jordan T & Sheri R from Miller Michael J & Darlene S, 445 Main St W, $175,000. 

Troyer John L & Neva L from Maxheimer Sandra J & Herbert John L, 11725 Baughman St SW, $379,900. 

Winesburg Enterprises Ltd from Gerber Carol Ttee, parcel 6702988 Sandusky Dr SW, $3,000,000. 

Yoder Jordon & Trisha from Pittman Dennis R & Paula M, 11664 Lawnford Ave SW, $465,000. 

Tuscarawas Township

Gardner Donna M & Haryanto Daniel from Kulik Daniel J & Jennifer L &, 12371 Kimmens Rd SW, $296,900. 

Gravius John E from Kull Charles E Jr, 1831 Beaumont Ave NW, $116,600. 

Schering Glen R & Jessica L from Charters West LLC, parcel 10014346 Pigeon Run Ave SW, $145,000. 

Weisel Jeffrey A & Beverly S Ttees from Godbey Dennis R, 1815 Alabama Ave NW, $230,000.

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Carson Wentz

American football player

Carson James Wentz (born December 30, 1992) is an American footballquarterback for the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League (NFL). Wentz played college football at North Dakota State, where he won five NCAA FCS national championships. He was selected second overall by the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2016 NFL Draft, making him the FCS's highest drafted player.

Wentz's most successful season was in 2017 when he led the Eagles to an 11–2 record. Although he suffered a season-ending injury, Wentz helped put the Eagles in position to obtain the top seed of the National Football Conference (NFC), which culminated with the franchise's first Super Bowl title in Super Bowl LII. He also earned Pro Bowl and second-team All-Pro honors. Wentz helped bring Philadelphia back to the playoffs during his next two seasons, but further injuries limited his participation. Amid a production dip in 2020, Wentz lost his starting job to rookie Jalen Hurts and was traded to Indianapolis the following season.

Early years[edit]

Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, Wentz moved to North Dakota with his family at the age of three.[1] He played quarterback and defensive back for the football team at Century High School in Bismarck, and also played basketball and baseball for the Patriots.[2] As a freshman, he was 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m) in height, grew to 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m) as a senior,[3] and graduated in 2011 as valedictorian of his class.[4]

College career[edit]

2011 season[edit]

See also: 2011 North Dakota State Bison football team

Wentz attended North Dakota State, redshirting his first season with the Bison as they won their first FCS title under ninth-year head coach Craig Bohl.[5]

2012 season[edit]

See also: 2012 North Dakota State Bison football team

As a redshirt freshman in 2012, Wentz was the backup quarterback to Brock Jensen and played in his first collegiate game on September 22. He completed all eight of his passes for 93 yards and threw his first touchdown in relief of Jensen in a 66–7 blowout victory over the Prairie View A&M Panthers.[6] Wentz finished the season completing 12-of-16 pass attempts for 144 passing yards and two touchdowns.[7]

2013 season[edit]

See also: 2013 North Dakota State Bison football team

Wentz was again the second-string quarterback in 2013 and appeared in 11 games. He had his best game that season on October 13, against Delaware State, completing 10-of-13 attempted passes for 105 passing yards and a touchdown.[8] Wentz ended his redshirt sophomore season completing 22-of-30 passes for 209 yards and a touchdown.[9]

2014 season[edit]

See also: 2014 North Dakota State Bison football team

Wentz became the Bison starting quarterback during his junior year in 2014. In his first start in the opener at Iowa State of the Big 12 Conference, he completed 18-of-28 pass attempts for 204 yards in a 34–14 victory on August 30.[10][11][12] During the game at Western Illinois on October 10, Wentz caught a 16-yard touchdown pass from running back John Crockett and helped lead the Bison to a 17–10 comeback victory.[13] Statistically, his best game that season was at Missouri State, where he threw for 247 yards and five touchdowns.[14]

Wentz led NDSU to a 15–1 record. On January 10, 2015, he started in his first national championship game against Illinois State and passed for 287 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 87 yards and scored a touchdown on a five-yard run to give North Dakota State the lead with 37 seconds left. NDSU won their fourth consecutive NCAA Division I Football Championship game, 29–27.[15][16] Wentz started all 16 games in 2014, completing 228 of 358 passes for 3,111 yards midfirst bank careers 25 touchdowns and 10 interceptions. He was also the team's second leading rusher, with 642 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns.[17]

2015 season[edit]

See also: 2015 North Dakota State Bison football team

As a fifth-year senior in 2015, Wentz had one of the best games of his career on October 10 against Northern Iowa, when he passed for a career-high 335 yards.[18] The following week against South Dakota, Wentz suffered a broken wrist in the first half but managed to complete the game with 16-of-28 completions, 195 passing yards, and two touchdown passes as the Bison lost 24–21.[19] After starting the first six games of the season and completing 63.7 percent of his passes for a total of 1,454 yards and 16 touchdowns, he missed the next eight weeks of the season.[20] He returned to practice in the beginning of December and was cleared to play in the national championship. On January 9, 2016, Wentz led the Bison to its fifth straight FCS title, running for two touchdowns and throwing for a third.[21] He was named the NCAA Division I-AA Championship Game Most Outstanding Player for the second straight year.[22]

Wentz graduated from NDSU with a degree in health and physical education, finishing with a 4.0 GPA and twice earning recognition as Academic All-American of the Year by the College Sports Information Directors of America, first for Division I football[23] and later for all Division I sports.[24]

Statistics[edit]

Professional career[edit]

In February 2016, most analysts had Wentz projected to be selected in the mid-first round of the draft.[29][30][31] However, Wentz began to be regarded as a Top 10 prospect after his pro day. On January 30, 2016, he played in the 2016 Reese's Senior Bowl and finished the game completing 6 of 10 pass attempts for 50 yards.[32] At the NFL Scouting Combine, Wentz showcased his athleticism as he was in the top three in the 40-yard dash, the broad jump, and the three-cone drill among all quarterbacks. Wentz also reportedly scored a 40/50 on his Wonderlic test.[33]

Philadelphia Eagles[edit]

2016 season[edit]

See also: 2016 Philadelphia Eagles season

On April 28, 2016, the Philadelphia Eagles selected Wentz in the first round with the second overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.[34] He is the first quarterback the Eagles selected in the first round of an NFL Draft since Donovan McNabb in 1999, who was also taken second overall.[35] He is also the first FCS quarterback taken in the first round since Joe Flacco was taken with the 18th overall selection in 2008, and the highest FCS quarterback taken in draft history, being drafted one slot before Steve McNair's in the 1995 NFL Draft.[36] The Eagles traded three top 100 picks in 2016, a first round pick in 2017, and a second round pick in 2018 in order to move up in the draft order and get him.[37] On May 12, 2016, Wentz signed a four-year deal worth $26.67 million, fully guaranteed, featuring a $17.6 million signing bonus.[38][39] He suffered a rib injury in the team's first preseason game of 2016,[40] but was fully healthy for the beginning of the 2016 regular season.

Originally intending to have Wentz sit and learn for the 2016 season, those plans changed when on September 3, 2016, the Eagles traded quarterback Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings.[41] The same day, it was also reported that the team planned to start Costco san jose ca for the 2016 season when he became healthy.[42] On September 5, Wentz was officially named the starter for the Eagles' 2016 season opener against the Cleveland Browns.[43] He made his first regular season start on September 11 against the Cleveland Browns, throwing for 278 passing yards and 2 touchdowns in the 29–10 victory.[44] He was named the Pepsi NFL Rookie of the Week for Week 1.[45] Wentz threw for 190 yards and a touchdown in a 29–14 win over the Chicago Bears in Week 2.[46] He became the first rookie quarterback since 1970 to win his first two games of the season and not throw an interception.[47] In Week 3 against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Wentz finished with 301 passing yards and 2 touchdowns as the Eagles won 34–3.[48] He was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for his performance against the Steelers.[49] In Week 9, against the New York Giants, he was 27-of-47 for a season-high 364 yards and midfirst bank careers interceptions in the 28–23 loss.[50] In his rookie season, Wentz started all 16 games for the Eagles as they finished the season with a 7–9 record.[51] Wentz threw for a league-record 379 completions by a rookie, breaking the record of 354 held by former teammate Sam Bradford, who was with the St. Louis Rams at the time.[52] His 379 completions also set a single season franchise record, breaking the record of 346 also held by Bradford from the previous season. Wentz also set a single season franchise record with 607 pass attempts, the second highest attempts by a rookie in league history (Andrew Luck had 627 in the 2012 season).[53]

2017 season: Super Bowl champions[edit]

See also: 2017 Philadelphia Eagles season

Wentz passing against the Redskins in Week 1, 2017

In Week 1 against the Washington Redskins, Wentz finished with 307 passing yards, two touchdowns, and an interception from a pass tipped at the line of scrimmage as the Eagles won by a score of 30–17.[54] In Week 2 against the Kansas City Chiefs, Wentz threw for 333 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. In addition, he rushed for 55 yards in the 27–20 loss.[55] In a Week 5 34–7 rout over the Arizona Cardinals, Wentz finished the game with 304 yards and a career-high four passing touchdowns.[56] In the first five games of 2017, he passed for 1,362 yards and 10 touchdowns with three interceptions.[57][58] After this start, NFL insiders and reports ranked Wentz as a possible NFL MVP.[59] Wentz was named the NFC Offensive Player of the Week for Week 7 after passing for 268 yards and a career-high tying four touchdowns in a 34–24 win over the Redskins.[60] During Week 9 against the Denver Broncos, Wentz finished with 199 passing yards and 4 touchdowns as the Eagles won 51–23.[61] During Week 14 against the Los Angeles Rams, Wentz left the game due to an apparent knee injury. He finished with 291 passing yards, 4 touchdowns, and an interception as the Eagles won 43–35. The win earned Wentz's first NFC East Title in the Pederson/Wentz era.[62] The next day, an MRI revealed that he suffered a torn ACL, keeping him out for the remainder of the season.[63][64] In 13 starts, Wentz finished the year with 3,296 passing yards, 33 touchdowns, 7 interceptions, a 60.2 completion percentage, and a 101.9 quarterback rating. On December 13, Wentz underwent successful surgery on his ACL.[65] Wentz was selected to his first Pro Bowl on December 19, but could not participate due to the aftermath of his recent knee surgery.[66][67] He was ranked third by his fellow players on the NFL Top 100 Players of 2018.[68] Led by Nick Foles, the Eagles defeated the New England Patriots 41–33 in Super Bowl LII, the first Super Bowl win in franchise history.[69][70]

2018 season[edit]

See also: 2018 Philadelphia Eagles season

On June 25, 2018, prior to the start of the new season, Wentz was ranked third overall in the NFL Top 100 Players of 2018.[71] It is the highest Top 100 debut ranking in the history of the league.[72]

Wentz missed the first two games in an effort to continue recovery from his ACL injury and Nick Foles remained as the starter. On September 17, Wentz was medically cleared and retained his starting quarterback role.[73] In his 2018 debut, Wentz would finish with 255 yards, one touchdown, and an interception in the Eagles' 20–16 win against the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3.[74] The Eagles experienced mixed results with Wentz as starter. He finished with a 5–6 record and passed for 3,074 yards, 21 touchdowns, and seven interceptions.[75] Near the end of the season, Wentz had to deal with a back injury and the Eagles not wanting to risk further injury decided to shut him down for the season and put Nick Foles 1st birthday ideas for girls the starter for the rest of the season and the playoffs.[76]

2019 season[edit]

See also: 2019 Philadelphia Eagles season

On April 29, 2019, the Eagles exercised the fifth-year option on Wentz's contract.[77] On June 6, 2019, the Eagles signed Wentz to a four-year, $128 million contract extension with $107 million guaranteed, keeping him under contract through the 2024 season.[78] In Week 1 against the Washington Redskins, Wentz threw for 313 yards and three touchdowns as the Eagles won 32–27.[79] In Week 4, against the Green Bay Packers, he helped lead the Eagles to a 34–27 victory with three passing touchdowns.[80] In Week 13 against the Miami Dolphins, Wentz threw for 310 yards, three touchdowns, and one interception in the 37–31 loss.[81] In Week 14, against the New York Giants, Wentz helped lead a comeback victory with 325 passing yards and two touchdowns in the 23–17 overtime win.[82] In Week 15 against the Redskins, Wentz threw for 266 yards and three touchdowns during another comeback victory as the Eagles won 37–27.[83] In week 16 against the Dallas Cowboys, Wentz threw for 319 yards and a touchdown during the 17–9 win.[84] Wentz helped lead the Eagles to a crucial 34–17 victory over the New York Giants in Week 17. Wentz had 289 yards and a touchdown in the victory, which gave the Eagles the NFC East title. The division title was his second in the Pederson/Wentz era.[85][86] Wentz finished the 2019 season with 4,039 passing yards, 27 touchdowns, and seven interceptions.[87] He became the first quarterback in franchise history to pass for at least 4,000 yards[88] and the first in the NFL to do so without any receiver catching at least 500 yards.[89]

In the NFC Wild Card game against the Seattle Seahawks, Wentz left the game with a head injury in the first quarter after defensive end Jadeveon Clowney made a helmet to helmet hit on him. He was ruled out of the game with a concussion after playing just nine snaps[90] in his post-season debut. The Eagles lost the game 17–9.[91]

2020 season[edit]

See also: 2020 Philadelphia Eagles season

Wentz made his return from injury in Week 1 against the Washington Football Team. During the game, Wentz threw for 270 yards, two touchdowns, and two interceptions as the Eagles lost 27–17. In the second quarter, the Eagles had a 17–0 lead over the Football Team, but they never managed to score for the rest of the game.[92] In Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams, Wentz continued to struggle, throwing for 242 yards and two interceptions during the 37–19 loss.[93] In Week 3 against pinnacle federal credit union reviews Cincinnati Bengals, Wentz threw two more interceptions during the 23–23 tie game.[94] In Week 7, against the New York Giants, he had 359 passing yards, two passing touchdowns, one rushing touchdown, and one interception in the 22–21 win.[95] In Week 8 against the Dallas Cowboys, Wentz struggled, throwing for 123 yards and two touchdowns and two interceptions during a 23–9 win.[96] In Week 11, Wentz went 21 for 35 throwing against the Cleveland Browns for 235 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions, one being a pick-six in the 22–17 loss.[97] In Week 12, Wentz threw for two touchdowns and one interception for 23–17 loss against the Seattle Seahawks.[98] In Week 13 against the Green Bay Packers, Wentz was benched in the third quarter for Jalen Hurts after the Eagles were trailing 20–3. Without Wentz, the Eagles went on to lose 16–30.[99] On December 8, 2020, the Eagles named Jalen Hurts the starting quarterback for their Week 14 game against the New Orleans Saints.[100][101][102]

At the time of his benching, Wentz scored 21 total touchdowns (16 passing, 5 rushing). However, he led the league in interceptions thrown (15), total turnovers (19), and sacks taken (50).[103] He ended up leading the league in all of those categories at the end of the season despite only playing in 12 games.[104]

Indianapolis Colts[edit]

2021 season

Wentz was traded to the Indianapolis Colts on March 17, 2021, in exchange for a 2021 third-round pick and a 2022 conditional second-round pick.[105] He was reunited with former Philadelphia Eagles' coordinator and current Indianapolis Colts' head coach Frank Reich. During training camp, Wentz suffered a foot injury that required surgery. He underwent the surgery on August 2, 2021.[106]

Despite the foot surgery, Wentz was able to return in time for the September 12 season opener at home against the Seattle Seahawks, where he completed 25-of-38 passes for 251 yards and two touchdowns, however the Colts fell short 28–16 in his Indianapolis debut.[107]

NFL career statistics[edit]

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Regular season[edit]

Year Team Games Passing Rushing Sacks Fumbles
GPGSRecordCompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntRtgAttYdsAvgTDSckSckYFumLost
2016PHI16167−937960762.43,7826.2161479.3461503.3233213143
2017PHI131311−226544060.23,2967.5337101.9642994.702816293
2018PHI11115−627940169.63,0747.7217102.234932.703120296
2019PHI16169−738860763.94,0396.727793.1622433.9137230167
2020PHI12123−8−125143757.42,6206.0161572.8492585.3550326104
2021IND10105−521233463.42,3787.117397.9331203.611712052
Career787840−37−11,7742,82662.719,1896.81305390.22911,1814.191971,2656326

Postseason[edit]

Year Team Games Passing Rushing Sacks Fumbles
GPGSRecordCompAttPctYdsAvgTDIntRtgAttYdsAvgTDSckSckYFumLost
2017PHI00Did not play due to injury
2018PHI00Did not play due to injury
2019PHI110−11425.030.80039.6000.001110
Career110−11425.030.80039.6000.001110

Career awards and highlights[edit]

NFL records[edit]

  • Most pass completions through the first 24 games of his career (540)[108]
  • Most consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass with one interception or less (Current streak is 22 games surpassing Matt Ryan's 21 from December 2015– Sept. 2017)
  • First quarterback in history to have a 4,000 yard season without having a single receiver with at least 500 receiving yards[89]
  • First quarterback in history to throw for 20 or more touchdowns and seven or less interceptions in three consecutive seasons [109]

Eagles franchise records[edit]

  • First quarterback in team history to throw for over 4,000 yards: 4,039 (2019)[110][111]
  • Most passing touchdowns in a season: 33 (2017)[110]
  • Most pass completions in a season: 388 (2019)[110]
  • Most pass attempts in a season: 607 (2016 & 2019)[110]
  • Most touchdown passes in the 1st quarter (3, 2017)[112]
  • Most touchdown passes in a calendar month (14, October 2017)[113]
  • Consecutive games with a touchdown pass (20, November 2018 – September 2020)[114]
  • Season completion percentage: 69.6% (2018) (minimum 6 starts)[110]
  • Lowest interception percentage: 1.2% (2019) (minimum 11 starts)[110]

Awards[edit]

Personal life[edit]

On February 6, 2018, two days after the Eagles' victory in Super Bowl LII, Wentz announced that he and his girlfriend, Madison Oberg, were engaged.[118] On July 16, 2018, Wentz and Oberg were married in Bucks County, Pennsylvania.[119] The couple have two daughters together, Hadley Jayne, was born in April 2020 and Hudson Rose, was born in November 2021.[120][121]

Wentz is a Christian.[122] In 2017, Wentz launched the AO1 Foundation.[123][124] Wentz started a project in 2018 in conjunction with Mission of Hope Haiti to build a sports complex in the country.[125] Wentz held the first annual AO1 Foundation Charity Softball Game at Citizens Bank Park on June 1, 2018. It was announced that the game brought in over $850,000 when 25,000+ fans attended the event.[126]

Wentz is an avid hunter during the offseason, and frequently visits his home state midfirst bank careers North Dakota.[127]

He is particularly noted for his friendship with Major League Baseball player Mike Trout, and gave him a ball as a gift after a touchdown in a win against the Dallas Cowboys on January 1, 2017.[128][129]

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