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Seattle fans name baby Cydnee Leigh 12th Mann

Published On: Jan 28 2014 03:40:10 PM CST
Updated On: Jan 28 2014 04:55:24 PM CST
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A Seattle couple's love for the Seahawks inspires an odd middle name for their newborn daughter.

Meet Cydnee Leigh 12th Mann, one of the newest -- and definitely most adorable -- Seattle Seahawks fans.

The little girl was named after the Seahawks' famed "12th Man" cheering section, according to local TV station KING.

No word on whether she has season tickets already.

Think it's a bit much? At least Cydnee didn't get a "Super Bowl Champs" tattoo before the big game's even been played, like this Seahawks fan did.

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