Philip Rivers and Wife Tiffany Welcome Baby No. 10, Son Andrew: 'It's an Awesome Miracle Every Time'

The couple's oldest is 21-years-old

<p>AP Photo/David Richard</p> Philip Rivers welcomes 10th child

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Philip Rivers welcomes 10th child

Philip Rivers is officially a father of 10!

The former NFL star, 41, announced that he and his wife, Tiffany, welcomed their 10th baby, a son, earlier this month in an interview with

The couple welcomed son Andrew Joseph Rivers on Monday, Oct. 30, weighing 8 lbs., 10 oz. and measuring 22 in.

"It’s awesome. Tiffany is awesome," Rivers told the outlet. "It doesn’t matter if it’s the first child or the 10th child. It’s an awesome miracle every time. Everyone is home now, and everyone is good.”

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<p>Otto Greule Jr/Getty</p> Philip Rivers

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Philip Rivers

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The Rivers family is now made up of seven daughters and three sons, ages 5 to 21. The couple are parents to Andrew, Anna, 4, Clare, 8, Rebecca, 10, Peter, 13, Sarah, 14, Gunner, 15, Grace, 17, Caroline, 18, and Halle, 21.

Gunner, Rivers' oldest son, is currently the starting quarterback this season for St. Michael Catholic High School, where Rivers has served as coach since his NFL retirement.

“There is a chance for a Rivers to be throwing it around or catching it or tackling or doing something for the Cardinals for a long time," Rivers joked. "I’ll be 60 when this one (Andrew) has his Senior Night."

Rivers announced his retirement from the NFL in 2021 through a statement shared by the Indianapolis Colts, whom he played for in his final season.

"Every year, January 20th is a special and emotional day. It is St. Sebastian's Feast day, the day I played in the AFC championship without an ACL, and now the day that after 17 seasons, I'm announcing my retirement from the National Football League," the statement read. "Thank you, God, for allowing me to live out my childhood dream of playing quarterback in the NFL."

"I am grateful to the Chargers for 16 seasons and the Colts for the 17th season," the statement continued. "Thank you to all my coaches that helped me grow as a player and person."

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