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Kansas City Chiefs’ Nick Allegretti and wife Christina celebrate ultimate Super Bowl win

Chiefs guard Nick Allegretti and his wife Christina have already notched their first Super Bowl victory.

It sure didn’t take long for Kansas City Chiefs offensive lineman Nick Allegretti to celebrate a supremely early Super Bowl LVII victory. At approximately 3:30 am in Chicago, some joyful news arrived after Nick’s wife Christina delivered healthy twin girls.

What an unforgettable, fantastic way to kickstart your Super Bowl Sunday.

According to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero, Christina Allegretti and her family were able to FaceTime with Nick’s parents to share the great news.

For the 26-year-old Allegretti, who will be seeking his second Super Bowl ring, it might not even matter at the wildly early hour the news of these gifts occurred or how much sleep the big fellow ended up getting. This guy is likely going to be fueled by pure adrenalin and pride come kickoff time.

And that’s probably just about the perfect formula for a player who will mostly be lining up with the special teams unit.

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It’s quite the family affair for Nick Allegretti at Super Bowl LVII

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Crazily enough, Nick Allegretti might not be the only player in Super Bowl LVII that will be celebrating some newborn news on Super Bowl Sunday.

In fact, it’s looking to be a pretty crowded lot.

Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman and Eagles center Jason Kelce are both anticipating some possible baby news before this day is done.

Considering all the retirement talk surrounding Kelce, the idea of him welcoming what will be his third child into the world might lend more credence to the All-Pro enjoying life away from the game of football.

The really cool aspect regarding Kelce’s situation is that his wife, Kylie, is in Arizona for the Super Bowl with two doctors in tow. Pretty difficult not to absolutely love the dedication and support on display here. All hands on deck, indeed.