Tevin Coleman will have his twins with him wherever he goes now … the NFL running back just got an amazing, double-sided diamond pendant featuring his two beautiful kids!!
TMZ Sports is told the 30-year-old went to the famous Iceboxjewelry spot in Atlanta to get some custom work done … and his 6-year-old children, Nazaneen and Nezerah, are the clear inspiration behind the piece.
One side of the pendant reads “1125” to represent the birthdate of his twins … and the reverse shows a portrait of them smiling.
The multiple layers of the pendant are filled with 14k yellow gold and white gold … and feature more than 12 carats of VS diamonds.
On top of that, the piece has a 9mm, 22-inch Miami Cuban chain that weighs 122 grams!!
We’re told this pendant is also a tribute to his daughter’s sickle cell anemia, which Tevin was also diagnosed with during his college years in Indiana.
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Coleman and his wife, Akilah, have been very open about the battle … in hopes of bringing awareness to the disease.
In fact, Coleman — who played on the 49ers in 2022 — also used #MyCauseMyCleats week to pay homage to Nazaneen and the Sickle Cell Disease Association of Americagroup.
Coleman was a third-round pick in the 2015 NFL Draft and has played for the Falcons, Jets, and 49ers.