Villegas, 40, announced the birth of their son on Wednesday via Twitter. “Thank you for all the well wishes for Rachel and the baby. Rachel and our baby boy are both healthy and doing well. They are recovering at UCLA,” he wrote. “I am sure it will not be too long until Rachel shares some pics, but I will leave that up to our momma warrior. No name as of yet!”The couple — who tied the knot in September 2012 — shared the news in May that they were expecting a second child.- Advertisement – “At one point I was on oxygen and it lasted longer than my birth with Adora,” she explains. “Almost 15 hours he did not want to come out of the womb. Brendon was really supportive and my rock the whole time. He encouraged my breathing and my labor positions and helped me when I didn’t think I could keep going. He was an amazing partner and has been so helpful.”Reilly says her daughter has adjusted to having a younger sibling and has been “so helpful” and “very protective” of her little brother. The reality star admitted that she and Villegas, 40, haven’t been “sleeping at all” with a newborn under their roof, but they’ve loving every minute of it.“Our little Adler is such an amazing addition to our family. We can’t wait to get to know what his personality is going to be like,” she said, adding, “Our hearts couldn’t be more overjoyed and full.”- Advertisement – Introducing the latest addition to the Brenchel family! Rachel Reilly and Brendon Villegas exclusively revealed to Us Weekly the name of their newborn after welcoming their second child earlier this week.Reilly, 36, tells Us that her son’s name is Adler Mateo Villegas, who joins the Big Brother alums’ daughter Adora, 4. The North Carolina native— who gave birth to her infant on Wednesday, November 11 — also detailed her “super hard and scary” labor.- Advertisement – “We have a lot to celebrate this year,” Reilly wrote in a Mother’s Day Instagram post. “As a mom, it’s my day to celebrate Adora & OMG baby #2!! I can’t believe I’m pregnant!”Villegas, for his part, shared a photo of their daughter holding an ultrasound picture. “We’re having another baby and couldn’t be happier,” the California native captioned the picture.Scroll down to see photos of Reilly and Villegas’ newborn son. – Advertisement –
Broncos’ John Elway: Joe Flacco is ‘coming into his prime’ “Welcome to Denver!!!”#BroncosCountry was ready to greet @JoeFlacco at #BroncosCamp. pic.twitter.com/bJ0oQDGPVE— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) July 18, 2019″There is an energy about coming here and an excitement that I feel about coming to this new team and getting another chance to be a starting quarterback in this league,” Flacco said. “I don’t think you can ever take for granted how awesome it is to get to do what I’m doing and what we are all doing, so I’m definitely excited about it and ready to go. I feel like a little kid.”The Ravens originally selected Flacco out of Delaware with the No. 18 pick in the 2008 draft and he led the team to a win in Super Bowl 47. But, he was replaced by then-rookie Lamar Jackson as Baltimore’s starter last season. Related News Broncos’ Drew Lock avoids holdout, signs rookie contract Joe Flacco is ready for a fresh start.The 34-year-old quarterback, who was sent from the Ravens to the Broncos in a trade this offseason, participated in his first training camp practice with his new team Thursday. “I feel like I’ve got a lot left in the tank,” Flacco said. “I feel like I can do a lot more than what I’ve shown over the course of my 11-year career, so I’m excited that I’m going to have the opportunity here to do that.”#BroncosCountry LIVE: @JoeFlacco meets the media after Day 1 of #BroncosCamp https://t.co/E4qTyEwcN5— Denver Broncos (@Broncos) July 18, 2019The Broncos picked Drew Lock in the second round and also have Kevin Hogan and Brett Rypien on their roster. Denver president of football operations John Elway, however, said there will not be a quarterback competition.”(Quarterback) is a hard position to fill,” Elway told ESPN earlier this week. “We tried to shake all these trees around here the last four years and the quarterbacks didn’t fall out. So, it’s difficult. We’ve taken a lot of shots, we’ve tried a lot of different situations. … Hopefully with Joe we’ve got it solidified with Drew (Lock) working under him. “When the football team has confidence with the guy at that position, it makes your football team better. Joe proved, he showed everybody on our football team he’s that guy. Our team responded to him well. … He’s ready to take that spot over.”The Broncos finished 2018 with a 6-10 record and missed the playoffs for a third straight season. They fired Vance Joseph in late December and hired Vic Fangio to replace him.