MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – On the anniversary of the Minneapolis Miracle, Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph celebrated the birth of a baby boy.
The 29-year-old athlete tweeted late Monday night that his son, Henry Tyler, was born.READ MORE: COVID In Minnesota: 632 New COVID Cases, 6 More Deaths
“Momma is a rock star and little man is doing great!” Rudolph said.READ MORE: St. Paul PD: Woman, 46, Arrested In Man's Death
Henry is Rudolph’s third child. In 2016, Rudolph’s wife, Jordan, gave birth to twin girls, Andersyn and Finley.
Hello World! Another Minneapolis Miracle, a year later. Our family grew by one today as we welcomed Henry Tyler! Momma is a rockstar and little man is doing great!! #PartyOf5!! pic.twitter.com/dMlYoFylIvMORE NEWS: University Of Minnesota To Require Indoor Masks On Campus Starting Tuesday
— Kyle Rudolph (@KyleRudolph82) January 15, 2019