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Tweet Lane Johnson, the Philadelphia Eagles first round offensive lineman, became the father of one David Jace Johnson Saturday, just one day after making his preseason debut. Tuesday, the 6’6″. 300-lb Lane tweeted a picture of the newborn, revealing that young David has some of the largest hands you’ll ever see on a baby: Big […]
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Eagles rookie Lane Johnson took the photo below of his newborn son’s large hands.
Looks like he’s ready for the NFL.
Big ol hands pic.twitter.com/lFmoxDqWKe
— Lane Johnson (@Lanejohnson69) August 13, 2013
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Eagles rookie offensive tackle Lane Johnson is 6-6, 310 pounds, and from Texas, so the fact that he would be this big burly guy is not surprising.
Johnson and his beautiful wife gave birth to a new baby boy named David Jace on Saturday.
Johnson released a wonderful photo of his newborn, and in the photo courtesy of Crossing Broad, you can see young David Jace is already following...
Eagles rookie tackle Lane Johnson shared a photo of his three-day old son on Twitter on Tuesday. I think we already know which kid is going to be pancaking all the other little anklebiters at daycare in a few years.Speaking of the offspring of NFL players, Tom Brady’s son, Benjamin, appears to be scheming of ways of being the next sinister troll genius.[via]
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