Philadelphia Eagles celebrate Monday after Super Bowl LII

Carson Wentz has helped make the Eagles one of the more popular NFL teams in North Dakota.

His bad knee injury prevented Wentz from being able to play.

Philadelphia Head Coach Doug Pederson and Quarterback Nick Foles had one more duty Monday morning to formally accept the Lombardi trophy and meet the media one last time.

Pederson said he had a message for the Century High School graduate last night.

"I had a chance to talk to Carson actually on the field, on the podium last night after the game and just told him to take this in, just enjoy this moment, you know he's a great quarterback and he's a big reason. I told him you're a big, big part of why this team won this championship and won this game. And, I told him that hopefully we'll be back in this game with him leading the way," said Pederson.

Foles led the Eagles to the first Super Bowl championship in franchise history.

The game M.V.P. was asked today about his football future and he said he's not worried about it right now.

"I'm staying in the moment, I'm not worried about my future right now, there'll be a time and a place to handle all that, but I take a lot of pride wearing in the Philadelphia Eagles jersey, and I just enjoy being here, it's such a great team, I excited for Carson Wentz coming back healthy, I get to work with him every day, dude's a stud and I'm just living in the moment, I'm not thinking ahead," said Pederson.

The game was not decided until the final play when Tom Brady's Hail-Mary was not answered.

The Philadelphia Mayor says the parade will be on Thursday.