October 11, 2011 by staff
Brady Quinn, Brady Quinn may be involved in a controversy NFL right now, but his heart is in the right place. Although his career is tanking and is taking a backseat to the less experienced athletes, still made it a priority to be with his girlfriend, gymnast Alicia Sacramone elite, who broke his Achilles tendon while in Tokyo in preparation for the world championships and surgery. ?I can get a collective awwww?
I mean, seriously. It almost (almost) I’ve been watching for a second, because in reality? How many football players do this?
She had her surgery on Monday, and Twitter that Quinn be at his side.
The best boyfriend award goes to @ BQ9 for making red-eye from Denver to be here for my surgery today … another reason why I love him.
He is a good boyfriend. I mean, I know that husbands who do not by their wives who are in the same city, even if they have to work. And while the sports blogs may tease him and say he has nothing else to do, I think is pretty admirable.
We hear so many bad players beat their sports and girlfriends cheating on them and then jump over child support. So credit where credit is due. This is a good boyfriend. He and Sacramone have been together for a little over a year and priority is clearly her and her needs above his bad weekend.
He could have easily skipped it. But Sacramone probably needed emotionally. Achilles surgery is no small thing and can say that will not be able to achieve the objectives set for itself. In other words, it takes a lot of love and support.
This is the mark of a good man, a porter, if you will. If it were a cashier at a bank and were an employee of the grocery store, would be saying the same thing. That are well known, most successful athletes it is no more or less romantic. It just means that we have heard of him.
Good men are hard to find and Quinn can not play the best ball of the city, but still have the most important success, if it continues.
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