Troy Aikman is moving on from his wife, and he announced it in a crazy way.
The legendary quarterback and broadcaster has a new woman in his life and we know this from pictures posted to social media.
(NY Post) NFL great Troy Aikman has posted a series of steamy with a much younger woman — seemingly announcing his marriage to Catherine ‘Capa’ Aikman is over.
The former Dallas Cowboys Quarterback, 56, has been tagged by Haley Clark, 34, in multiple photos of the two cozied up, including where she is kissing his cheek and touching his thigh.
The pair are vacationing off the Italian Riviera where they have been spotted on a sun-drenched yacht and swimming off of the luxurious Almalfi Coast — with Troy’s most recent wife nowhere in sight.
The apparent budding relationship will come as a shock to most fans as the ex-QB and his second wife, whom he wed in 2017, have never announced a separation or divorce publicly.
As the report stated, nobody had a clue the two of them were having issues to the point where they were headed to divorce, and now Aikman pops out with a new woman.
Before he became known as a world renowned broadcaster, Aikman was the quarterback of the 90s that won multiple Super Bowls during the heydays for the Dallas Cowboys. Something the franchise has been trying to recreate ever since.
Aikman had an illustrious career and was highly successful during his time in the NFL. He was the first overall pick in the 1989 NFL Draft, selected by the Dallas Cowboys. Aikman played a crucial role in the team’s success throughout the 1990s, leading them to three Super Bowl victories in Super Bowl XXVII (1993), Super Bowl XXVIII (1994), and Super Bowl XXX (1996). He was named the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of Super Bowl XXVII.
He was a six-time Pro Bowler and was selected to the All-Pro team in 1993. Aikman retired from professional football after the 2000 season due to ongoing issues with concussions.
After retiring as a player, Aikman transitioned to a successful career in sports broadcasting. He became a prominent football analyst and color commentator for FOX Sports, working alongside Joe Buck as part of the network’s lead NFL broadcasting team.
The two of them have since signed deals to work with ESPN.
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