Meet the 10 Most Glam Football Wives of All TimeSarah Bernard
It’s a bit ironic that guys who play a sport known for tackling and grunting seem to have the most fashionable, ladylike partners. In honor of the Big Game, now only days away, here’s a look at some of those high-profile first ladies of football (present and former) who typically make headlines all on their own. Meet the 10 most glam football wives of all time below:
Kerry Washington 1 of 8
The hottest woman on TV right now — check out that crop top! — is also a newly married football bride. Back in June last year, Kerry, 36, secretly married former 49ers cornerback, Nnamdi Asomugha. He was released from the team in November — perfect timing to focus on his next role! At the Golden Globes, the Scandal star (finally) officially confirmed that she and Nnamdi are expecting their first child together.
Jessie James 2 of 8
Country singer Jessie James and the Denver Bronco's Eric Decker look as if they were set up by a Hollywood casting agent. In September, the same month their reality show Eric & Jessie: Game On debuted on E!, they announced they're expecting their first child together.
Nicole Murphy 3 of 8
Kristin Cavallari 4 of 8
Gisele Bundchen 5 of 8
Gisele Bundchen is probably the most famous football wife there is. The supermodel and New England Patriot's QB, Tom Brady, have a son Benjamin, 4, and daughter Vivian, 1, who happens to be mom's frequent yoga partner.
Jessica Simpson 6 of 8
Okay, they're not officially married ... but they might as well be. Jessica's longtime fiancÃ© Eric Johnson was drafted by the San Francisco 49ers and played one year for the New Orleans Saints. A few days ago, Jessica posted pics of Maxwell and Ace in matching 49ers jerseys.
Angie Harmon 7 of 8
Angie has been married to former New York Giants Cornerback Jason Seahorn for 12 years! They have three daughters together.
Elisabeth Hasselbeck 8 of 8
The Fox & Friends co-host and The View alum has been married to her college sweetheart, quarterback Tim Hasselbeck, for 11 years. Tim's now an ESPN analyst, but his football career involved many teams. He was originally signed by the Buffalo Bills, then played for the Philadelphia Eagles, the Washington Redskins, the Arizona Cardinals, and the New York Giants.
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