Kennedy Stidham Brown, Las Vegas Raiders QB Jarrett Stidham’s wife, attended the NFL game between the Raiders and the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday at Allegiant Stadium.

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Watch her clapping for the Raiders here: 

Kennedy and Jarret met back in 2016 when they were students at Baylor College in Texas. They got married in 2019 and their first child – a daughter, was born on April 1, 2022. Her name is Lennon Love Stidham. 

“The best day of our lives,” Jarrett wrote on social media after the birth of Lennon Love. “So proud of (Kennedy Stidham) For bringing this little girl into this world. We love you baby girl.”

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Tad Brown, the former CEO of the Houston Rockets from 2006 to 2021 and former collegiate basketball player, is the father of Stidham Brown. He currently serves as the president of Harris Blitzer Sports & Entertainment.

In the week 17 game against the 49ers, the Raiders had a slow start going down 10-14 by the end of the second quarter. Stidham started the game as quarterback and managed 5/6 C/attpemts while covering a total of 90 yards with nearly half of the second quarter still to go. 

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Stidham started the game after a fallout between the Raiders and Derek Carr, the first-choice quarterback. Carr, who had said that he would rather play golf if he had to play for any other team other than the Raiders, was benched ahead of the game with “non-injury related” being the official reason given. 

It is unlikely that Carr will make a comeback for the Raiders and they will most probably trade him off in the off-season 

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According to reports, the fallout between Carr and the Raider’s top brass is not related to his performance. Rather, the report says, Carr is unhappy with the few numbers of guarantees in the $121.5 million deal he signed with Las Vegas. 

Of that big number, only $24.9 million in guaranteed to the QB, something he feels does not match his value on the pitch.