Eric Decker Shirtless, Gay or Girlfriend, Underwear, and Wedding Photos. Seven years latter, we are updating this post on Eric Decker. Our former college jock from the University of Minnesota is now a bonafide NFL star. He is currently playing for the New York Jets. He joined the NFL in 2010 when he was picked by the Denver Broncos as the 87th overall pick.
Oh, Eric is also very much married. He tied the knot with country singer Jessie James last June 2013. The couple have two children together. Here’s a photo from the Eric Decker Jessie James wedding.
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Shirtless College Footballers. Okay Famewatchers, this post is for those of you who love college football jocks. These shirtless guys are from the football team of the Georgia Institute of Technology (commonly, Georgia Tech). Which of these guys is your favorite? Do you think some of them can out-star or out-hunk USC’s Matt Barkley?
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Brad Kaaya Ethnicity, Father, and other Stuff. Today in hot college hunks, we bring you college football quarterback Brad Kaaya. He is the starting quarterback for the Miami Hurricanes of the University of Miami. Although he is still a junior, Brad is already being named as one of the top — if not the number one — draft picks for 2017.
As it happens, the internets is curious about Brad Kaaya’s ethnic background. Is he African-American? We initially thought he’s Pacific Islander but eventually ruled out the idea. Genealogy sites aren’t of help either. The Kaaya surname ain’t exactly common but, it turns out, you can find the name in different parts of the world such as Tanzania, India, the United States, and others. So at this point, when it comes to the Brad Kaaya ethnicity, the only thing we would say is that he is one of those people blessed with genes from various races or ethnic backgrounds.
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