'Kind of disrespectful': Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa UPSET after news about his marriage was leaked

Tagovailoa acknowledged his recent marriage to Annah Gore and said he planned to keep it a secret until the media found out


                            'Kind of disrespectful': Miami Dolphins QB Tua Tagovailoa UPSET after news about his marriage was leaked
Tua Tagovailoa says his wedding was 'very special' and he loves to keep his life 'as private as possible' (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)
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Tua Tagovailoa, the quarterback for the Miami Dolphins, recently got married. Ordinarily, most people would be happy to share that news with the world. But not Tagovailoa. In an interview with reporters on Wednesday, August 3, Tagovailoa acknowledged his recent marriage to Annah Gore but said he planned to keep it a secret till it inevitably became public. 

Tagovailoa explained, “It was very special. I don’t know who ended up leaking it, but he must have been waiting outside the courthouse for an entire week or something. For me, I love to keep my life as private as possible, and that’s what we tried to do, me, my wife, and my family. But obviously, in this world, that’s not how it is. It’s almost kind of disrespectful, if you will, by doing that. But it is what it is, and, shoot, can’t do anything about it. Guys, I have a wife.”

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According to the NY Post, how the information got leaked has not been determined yet. It could even have been someone who found their marriage license while looking through the public records on the Broward County Clerk of the Court's website. Unsurprisingly, practically nothing is known about Annah other than the fact that she is currently Tua Tagovailoa's wife, a native of North Carolina, and that her full name is Annah Concetta Gore.

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Using a source, Fox Sports commentator Andy Slater reported that Tagovailoa secretly wed Gore last month. According to documents from the Broward County Clerk of Courts, the wedding was held on July 18 in Davie, Florida. Reporters at training camp laughed when Tagovailoa, 24, was asked if the marriage had altered his outlook on life or football to which he replied, “No girls for me I guess. That’s the perspective, but same focus — the season and what we got here at training camp.” 

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Meanwhile, the offseason for the Miami Dolphins was pretty eventful. It began with the unexpected dismissal of Brian Flores, who later sued the Fins, the NFL, and other teams in the league. The offensive coordinator for the San Francisco 49ers, Mike McDaniel, took his place. Then, Miami acquired standout wide receiver Tyreek Hill from the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for five picks, including this year's first-round pick. Hill is then signed to a four-year, $120 million contract, making him the league's highest-paid wide receiver. The Dolphins, and in particular owner Stephen M Ross, were recently penalized for interfering with Tom Brady because, of course, they did. Tagovailoa has since reported to training camp, preparing for the Dolphins’ first regular-season game on September 11.

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