Vikings' Everson Griffen announces birth of baby on shirt

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Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen celebrated the birth of his son after a sack in Thursday's 30-23 win over the Detroit Lions and used the moment to crowdsource some possible names. So the star defensive end elected to ask fans for some help by writing a message on his shirt which he showed after sacking Lions QB Matthew Stafford in the second quarter. "So wife is healthy, baby is healthy, we don't know his name yet, but it's not about that". "So (my) wife is healthy, baby is healthy, we don't know his name yet, but it's not about that".

After not getting a sack for the first time all season last week against the Los Angeles Rams and missing the Vikings' Week 10 game, Griffen was definitely hungry for more than just turkey this Thanksgiving. I'm happy to have a new addition - three boys. It'll drive her insane.

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The infant joins brothers Greyson and Ellis in the Griffen family, ESPN reported. Running back Latavius Murray was on board with the name Latavius.

Griffen could face a penalty for the T-shirt message.

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Griffen is expected to be fined $6,076 for putting a personal message on his uniform.

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