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AJ then gets out and waves to his son before making his way into the house.However, he can't help but stop one more time to blow his adorable son a kiss from down below.'At least he got my hair color - My fam,' she captioned one image, noting how Tripp is a mini-version of AJ. 'He looks like his Daddy for sure but the Webb gene is there!Numerous people commented that Tripp is 'daddy's twin' for sure, but Aaron Hale pointed out that he has a bit of his mom in him as well. 'The picture sees AJ decked out in his Bengels practice gear while holding Tripp, and Katherine is dressed casually as well in a white hooded shirt and a red Nike baseball cap.Webb told Matt Lauer that she was not offended by the remarks and did not feel an apology from ESPN was necessary."I think the media has been really unfair to [Musburger] ... that we were hot or sexy or made any derogatory statements like that, I think that would have been a little bit different.Katherine Webb was born in Montgomery, Alabama, to Alan and Leslie Webb. She attended middle school and high school in Columbus, Georgia, and graduated from Northside High School in 2007. She graduated from Auburn in May 2011 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management and Administration.
She was Miss Alabama USA 2012 and is perhaps best known for her appearance during the broadcast of the 2013 BCS National Championship Game.
The heart-melting clip has been viewed over 33,000 times in eight hours, and many people commented on how wonderful Tripp's bond with his father is. 'We're going into our 4th year in the NFL and it feels like it has flown by.
Ahead of the weekend, Katherine shared a photo of AJ holding Tripp on the field at Paul Brown Stadium in Ohio while he was at practice. Looking forward to this preseason and Tripp watching his Daddy play.
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