Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph and his wife just welcomed twins to their family

Kyle Rudolph and his wife just welcomed twins.
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Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph and his wife just welcomed twin girls to their family.

Jordan and I are so excited to share that the twins, Andersyn and Finley, are happy and healthy after being born late last night! Thank you to everyone including family, friends, teammates, coaches and Vikings fans for all your support and well wishes! #RudyTwins ????????????????????????

A photo posted by Kyle Rudolph (@kylerudolph82) on Oct 5, 2016 at 5:53am PDT

Rudolph posted the above photo on his Instagram Wednesday morning, noting both kids are happy and healthy.

The tight end caught a touchdown in the Vikings' win over the Giants on Monday night, and told reporters after the game: "The goal was to one TD for each ... They'll have to share."

Through four games this season, Rudolph has been one of Sam Bradford's favorite targets, catching 19 passes for 221 yards and a team-leading 3 touchdowns on the season.

Rudolph was actually worried he might miss the birth during the Carolina game, with ESPN's Adam Schefter reporting during week three the twins were expected "any day."

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