Women married to NFL Mormons try to keep things normal at home

by | Oct. 20, 2011

Saints & Sports

They are married to men who play a physically brutal game, always one fluke, misstep or jarring hit away from a career-ending injury.

Their husbands have constant demands on their time, from practice to meetings to autograph seekers to charity appearances.

The ups-and-downs of a season can be excruciating. There is both praise and criticism, and it all depends on whether you win or lose.

For at least 16 weeks of the year, their husbands are away on Sundays. Their job performance is the talk of the town. The spotlight is always present.

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