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Phillip Rivers Announces 10th Baby, Alabama Government Fears Impending Cult

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In a stunning twist of events, retired NFL quarterback and family man, Phillip Rivers, recently announced that he and his wife are expecting their tenth child. While most fans are impressed by Rivers' dedication to his family, the Alabama government is reportedly growing increasingly concerned that the quarterback may be on the brink of starting a cult.

Rumors are swirling that Rivers, famous for his fiery on-field antics and endless stream of children, may be looking to expand his influence into the realm of religious fervor. Sources close to the situation claim that the Alabama government has been monitoring Rivers' growing brood and noticed some striking similarities to the infamous Branch Davidians. With a twinkle in their eye and tongues firmly planted in their cheeks, officials are worried that Rivers' rapidly multiplying offspring could be the start of a new religious movement that might even rival the power of football in the state.

"Ten kids! That's practically a starting lineup right there," one anonymous state representative exclaimed. "We've seen this kind of thing before. A charismatic leader, a large following, and a belief in something bigger than themselves. It's a recipe for a cult!"

Citizens of Alabama are both amused and perplexed by the government's concerns. "I mean, I get it. Rivers has an arm like a prophet, but starting a cult? That's a stretch," chuckled one football fan, trying to stifle his laughter. "If anything, he's just making a bid for the 'Most Dad-Jokes Told in a Lifetime' record."

In response to the allegations, Rivers took to social media with his signature southern drawl, saying, "Aw shucks, y'all! I reckon we're just happy to be blessed with another little one on the way. Ain't nothin' cultish about lovin' your family, now is there?"

However, as the situation unfolds, authorities are beginning to take it more seriously. The governor of Alabama even convened an emergency meeting to discuss the potential cult threat. The agenda included brainstorming possible strategies to prevent Rivers' influence from spreading, such as instituting a strict "no quarterback sermons" policy and encouraging citizens to only have a reasonable number of children, no matter how much they love the sport.

Meanwhile, local fans have taken it upon themselves to come up with catchy slogans and merchandise, including "Riversville or Bust!" T-shirts and foam fingers shaped like tiny babies. They insist that this is all just good-natured fun and are already planning tailgating parties to celebrate the birth of Rivers' newest child.

While we may never know if Phillip Rivers is actually planning to start a cult, one thing is for sure: his ability to make headlines off the field is just as impressive as his knack for throwing touchdown passes. So, brace yourselves, Alabama, because whether we're ready or not, the Rivers revolution might just be around the corner.

Disclaimer: This article is a work of satire and entirely fictional. It is not intended to be a reflection of real events or individuals. Please read with a sense of humor and don't take it too seriously.

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