How Many Kids Does Philip Rivers Have?
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How Many Kids Does Philip Rivers Have?

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As of October 2014, San Diego Chargers' quarterback Philip Rivers has seven children with his wife, Tiffany. The youngest, Rebecca, was born in October 2013. The couple has five girls and two boys.

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Before Rebecca's birth, the quarterback stated he would rather play in a game than attend the birth of his daughter. However, Rebecca was born during a bye week for the Chargers, so the quarterback was able to attend to his wife during labor.

After Rivers plays home games in San Diego, he sometimes plays catch with his children on the field. The couple married after Rivers' freshman season at North Carolina State after the two grew up together in Alabama.

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