Jets QB Zach Wilson’s Wild Vacation Photos With Nicolette Dellanno

Jets QB Zach Wilson’s Wild Vacation Photos With Nicolette Dellanno

New York Jets quarterback Zach Wilson’s girlfriend, Nicolette Dellanno, saw her wild vacation photos cause something of a stir this week.

Amid an interesting offseason for her beau that has seen him receive essentially zero coverage amid Aaron Rodgers’ arrival, Dellanno seems to be enjoying herself.

This week she ventured over to the Bahamas with her man for a little rest and relaxation.

The pair shared the wild photos from their vacation together on social media.

This obviously isn’t the first time in recent weeks that Dellanno has found herself trending. Between her provocative birthday pictures and racy boat party photos, it has been one thing after another.

Plus, the pair hasn’t been shy about sharing their intimate photos together.

It’s quite telling that in a week where Dak Prescott’s girlfriend set the internet ablaze with her boat party pictures, Wilson and Dellanno still found a way to steal the show.

Offseason fun aside, it will be interesting to see how Rodgers’ arrival ultimately influences Wilson long-term.

This past week the Jets’ third-string quarterback, Tim Boyle, appeared on the ‘Cool Your Jets’ podcast and offered his thoughts.

“I think this is probably a great thing for him,” Boyle said.

“Being able to take a step back, take a fresh breath of air and learn from Aaron. And kind of get his confidence, kind of get his swagger and his mojo back, and hit the ground running.”

Time will tell if that assessment ultimately proves to be accurate.

This is shaping up to be a big season for New York.

What role Wilson will play in it remain to be seen, though. Either way, Dellanno will undoubtedly be there supporting her man every step of the way.

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