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October 25, 2016

'Neon' Deion Sanders takes shot at Carson Wentz's fashion sense

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Get out of here, Deion.

Just in time for the Eagles to face the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday Night Football, "Primetime" himself has taken a jab at Carson Wentz for the way he pieces together his wardrobe.

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Deion Sanders, a sharp but flamboyantly dressed man if there ever was one, was upset because Wentz allegedly canceled a scheduled appearance on the NFL Network's "Gameday Prime." Here he is faulting a postgame Wentz for his imperfectly aligned V-neck undershirt (h/t CrossingBroad).

All of this appears to be in jest, of course. Wentz, if you recall, was suavely outfitted in a JCPenney suit from the Michael Strahan collection back in April when he the Eagles drafted him. 

What did Sanders want Wentz to wear? This Atlanta Falcons-era relic?


Deion Sanders.

In the end, as we all know, what matters is whether Wentz can find his way into a yellow Hall of Fame jacket.

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Deion Sanders puts a bandana on a bust of himself during the induction ceremony at the Pro Football Hall of Fame, Saturday, Aug. 6, 2011, in Canton, Ohio.

He can start with a win in Dallas.