LOS ANGELES (WNCN) – Los Angeles Chargers and former N.C. State great Philip Rivers is going to be a dad – for the ninth time.
News of the newest addition to the Rivers family came as the quarterback led the Chargers to a 33-30 come-from-behind victory over the Steelers Sunday night.
Child No. 9 will join the other kids – Gunner, Grace, Peter, Sarah Catherine, Rebecca, Halle and Caroline.
The oldest is 16 and his youngest is 2
Philip, 36, and wife, Tiffany, had their first child while they were at N.C. State.
In September, Rivers said during an interview with CBS Sports he hoped to have more children.
ESPN’s Eric Williams tweeted out the news Sunday.
I can confirm that Philip Rivers and wife Tiffany are expecting their ninth child. Congrats to them both.— Eric Williams (@eric_d_williams) December 3, 2018
The red-hot Rivers has the Chargers rolling in 2018. They are 9-3.
Two weeks ago, Rivers set the NFL record for most consecutive completions to start a game – going 28-29 against the Phoenix Cardinals on Nov. 24.