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Alex, Lindsey Anzalone welcome a new addition to the family

Congrats to the Anzalone family on the birth of their second child: Carter Nicole Anzalone.

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On Friday night, Detroit Lions linebacker and captain Alex Anzalone took to social media to announce that he and his wife Lindsey had welcomed their second child: Carter Nicole Anzalone.

Earlier in the week, Anzalone and the Lions released a first-hand story about “how he navigated adversity, fresh starts, and the power of hope in his NFL journey”, appropriately titled: Beyond Anzalone.

Throughout the article, Anzalone discusses the difficulties of balancing football and family. Topics included why he switched teams for a fresh start in Detroit and his desire to stay with the team in the subsequent years. How Lindsey was pregnant with their first child, Cooper, during COVID-19 and the precautions they needed to take. He was incredibly open about how Lindsey having a miscarriage in 2022 was emotionally taxing on him and his family. Why they decided to try to have a baby again, and how overjoyed they are leading up to this day when they can welcome another child.

The entire article is worth your time: Beyond Anzalone.

And now, onto the rest of today’s notes:

“Like a kid the night before Christmas,” Irvin told Birkett. “I’m just enjoying the process, man. Love playing football. At this point in my career, I done made all my money so it’s about just love for the game. So I’m just blessed to have an opportunity to go out here and continue my career and be able to help this city.”

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  • Peanut butter and jelly in the Lions’ backfield? Sign me up.

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