‘See You In the NFL’: Patrick Mahomes Sends a Message to Son of NFL Defensive Star

Published 12/27/2021, 8:48 AM EST


From receiving gifts from Patrick Mahomes to wild dances in the AT&T Stadium, Aaiden had a perfect Christmas. At just the age of 4, little Aaiden has already become somewhat of a celebrity himself. Being the son of the Cowboys defensive star, Trevon Diggs could do that to you. 

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The little man has already made up his mind about the future. He wants to play football in the NFL just like his daddy. But it was another NFL star who made his Christmas special. None other than Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes sent Diggs a personalized gift. 

Patrick Mahomes’ gift to Aaiden Diggs 

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Earlier in this year, Aaiden Diggs went viral. In the season finale of “Hard Knocks, ” he confused the Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott with Patrick Mahomes. Aaiden was wearing the number 4 jersey of Prescott. He went to see Prescott with his family. Aaiden seemed very happy. They were waiting for Prescott, and when he arrived, Aaiden said, “So, you’re Patrick Mahomes?” Everybody laughed and had fun that day. 

On Christmas morning, Aaiden woke up to a special gift sent by Patrick Mahomes. It was his signed number 15 jersey. Mahomes had also written a special message for Aaiden. He wrote, “To Aaiden Diggs, keep being the star you are. Can’t wait to see you in the NFL one day.” Even Patrick Mahomes believes in the abilities of little Aaiden. With his superstar background, it’s only a matter of time before little Diggs will be making plays in the NFL. Patrick Mahomes made Aaiden’s Christmas special.  

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Aaiden Diggs supports his father while he makes history

In the game against the Washington Football Team on Sunday, Aaiden was present in the AT&T Stadium. The game was special for Trevon Diggs. He was just one Interception away from tying the Cowboys’ all-time single-season Interception record. It didn’t take long for Diggs to take over. In the first offensive play by WFT, Trevon took over.

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He intercepted a deep pass attempt by Taylor Heinicke. Witnessing his father make history, Aaiden was overcome with joy and started to dance. It was cute and fun to see the little man dance. The Cowboys then dominated the game and won with a score of 56-14. 

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Gurjyot Singh Dadial

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Sports journalist by day, gamer by night and a gym addict by morning. Gurjyot has been a lifelong fan of Wrestling, Contact sports, Rock music and Video games. With a degree in English Literature and Economics from Patkar College, Mumbai, he is set out to conquer every task he sets his mind to.

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