Who is Trevon Diggs’ son? Meet Aaiden Diggs who went viral on ‘Hard Knocks’ and over Thanksgiving

Cowboys cornerback Trevon Diggs, who led the 2021 season with 11 interceptions, has become quite the star this season, but so has his son Aaiden.

When the Cowboys were featured in the 2021 season of “Hard Knocks” on HBO in August, Aaiden went viral for some of his cutest and funniest moments interacting with his dad and other Cowboys players. His favorite Cowboys player surprisingly isn’t his dad — it’s quarterback Dak Prescott, even though Aaiden famously mistook Prescott as Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes.

Since Aaiden’s fame took off, the NFL featured him in short videos both alone and with his dad. As long as Aaiden content continues to be posted, fans’ adoration for the young Diggs boy grows. Here’s what you need to know about Aaiden Diggs.

How old is Aaiden Diggs?

Aaiden turned five years old at the end of 2021. 

However, the “Hard Knocks” season showcasing the

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Tiger Woods: Playing with Son Charlie at PNC Championship Was ‘Worth All the Pain’ | Bleacher Report

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Tiger Woods had not played in a tournament after a car accident in February until this weekend’s PNC Championship with his son Charlie, and the duo put on quite the show, finishing in second place at 25 under.

After the tournament, Woods spoke about being back on the links and what it meant to play with his son:

“The competitive juices, they are never going to go away. This is my environment. This is what I’ve done my entire life. I’m just so thankful to be able to have this opportunity to do it again. Earlier this year was not a very good start to the year, and it didn’t look very good. But the last few weeks, to push as hard as we have the last seven months with taking no days off and just working our butts off each and every day, and to have

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Billy Wagner’s son among Fayetteville Woodpeckers Astros prospects

The Fayetteville Woodpeckers made No. 3 on ESPN SportsCenter’s Top 10 plays this weekend thanks to a defensive gem from newcomer Chad Stevens.

In Saturday’s game at Segra, the 2021 MLB draft pick out of Portland fielded a chopper beyond the third-base line, pivoted mid-leap and overhanded a 150-foot-long heave from the outfield grass in foul territory to beat the Fredericksburg Nationals’ baserunner, who was subsequently ejected for arguing the call.

In Sunday’s matinee the next afternoon, Stevens made a diving stab from shortstop and popped up with a hard throw to first to rob Zach Cornell of a hit up the middle.

Stevens’ playmaking was an introduction of sorts. He is one of seven newly drafted players who joined the roster for last week’s homestand.

“Some of the guys that have been here will see them make a play and they look at me like, “Who are these guys?

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ESPN Father’s Day feature to spotlight relationship between Spokane’s Steve Gleason, son Rivers

A Father’s Day special from ESPN’s “SportsCenter Featured” program should be appointment viewing for graduates of Washington State and Gonzaga Prep, and residents of Spokane and the greater Inland Northwest.

At 5 a.m. Sunday, ESPN2 will air the segment “A Father’s Resilience,” highlighting the relationship between former G-Prep, WSU and New Orleans Saints football player Steve Gleason and his family.

Gleason and his wife Michel Rae Varisco learned they were pregnant with their first child, Rivers, just six weeks after the Spokane native was diagnosed with ALS. According to a tweet from ESPN, Gleason will be getting “a special Father’s Day surprise from his son” in the nationally televised feature.

“Dad, I think you’re a great leader and you teach us to be resilient in hard times,” Rivers is quoted as saying in 47-second trailer posted on Twitter.

From the day his son was conceived, Gleason habitually kept video journals

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