Russell Wilson and Ciara are obviously the biggest power couple in the NFL at this point.
Once upon a time that distinction belonged to Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen, but clearly they no longer qualify.
The Denver Broncos quarterback and his internationally-renowned singer wife always seem to find themselves in the headlines these days, and the pattern held true this week as well.
In a post on her social media, Ciara shared some an intimate shot of her and her beau.
Understandably, fans had some strong reactions.
“Russell’s swag be making these men upset,” one person wrote. “Beautiful couple.”
“I love how he let’s her be herself and has never requested/tried to force her to change,” another person agreed. “He knew the type of boss he was getting. That’s why he initially married her.”
“I love you guys continued blessings to the both of you and you beautiful kids block out the noise. You guys are beautiful couple,” a third person wrote.
This obviously isn’t the first time in recent weeks that Wilson and Ciara have found themselves trending in the headlines. Between their provocative beach day photos, intimate Valentine’s Day celebration and unforgettable Oscars outfits, it has been one thing after another.
And the NFL season hasn’t even started yet.
When it does roll around, however, Wilson will quickly need to switch gears and become all about the football as quickly as possible. He suffered the worst campaign of his professional career in 2022-23 and will need to make some big changes going forward.
Richard Jefferson responded to that viral video with Chiney Ogwumike.https://t.co/R3JGgytEV5
— Game 7 (@game7__) March 23, 2023
Obviously an offseason to get healthy and the addition of Sean Payton will help.
How much, though? That’s the $296 million question.
Will Wilson be able to return to being the player he once was? Time will tell, but Ciara will undoubtedly be there backing him up every step of the way.
A longtime sports reporter, Carlos Garcia has written about some of the biggest and most notable athletic events of the last 5 years. He has been credentialed to cover MLS, NBA and MLB games all over the United States. His work has been published on Fox Sports, Bleacher Report, AOL and the Washington Post.