Jalen Hurts isn’t just about breaking 49ers fans’ hearts.
24 years old Eagles quarterback The internet is abuzz after he first appeared on his post girlfriend Defeat the Niners in the NFC Championship Game Sunday.
Hurts is dating Bryonna “Bry” Burrows, according to multiple reports, which says The pair met while in Alabama Before moving as a quarterback to Oklahoma and finishing his college career with the Sooners. They are said to have been in an on and off relationship since 2016.
Burroughs graduated from Alabama in 2017 with a degree in political science, and went on to pursue an MBA at the school, according to her. linkedin Profile personly. in 2018Burroughs was Vice President of the MBA Association and National Award Winning Case MBA Team Leader. She was also in the Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority as an undergraduate.
Burrows currently works with IBM as a partner, per her LinkedIn.
Her LinkedIn bio reads in part: “I have proven successful and influential in business strategic planning and customer relationship management.”
After the conference championship game, Hurts was photographed on the field at Link’s with a brunette woman, who was wearing sunglasses — believed to be Burrows. They were photographed smiling and cuddling together, and cameras caught the woman talking and hugging their loved ones.
Hurts and the woman, dressed in a beige cropped shirt and dark pants, eventually make their way to Link’s back lanes, where they are seen talking and smiling together.
The quarterback never really recognized the woman next to him before they were shown leaving the field together.
Hurts is known to be private about his personal life. He often explains that he’s focused on his football career — and living it up motto of his fatherAverion hurts: “Keep the main thing the main thing.”
The Eagles will face the Chiefs at State Farm Stadium in Arizona in Super Bowl LVII on February 12.
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