“This has been a difficult decision for Rhonda and me, but after 10 years of marriage we have decided to separate,” Aikman told the Dallas Morning News. “We remain deeply committed to our children and respectfully ask that you honor our family’s privacy during this period of adjustment.”
Well, there goes my first question for Aikman at the Super Bowl next week. But there’s always the topic of concussions … oh wait. He doesn’t want to discuss that either.
Aikman will be in the booth with partner Joe Buck to call Super Bowl XLV for Fox on Feb. 6.
And speaking of the former Dallas Cowboys quarterback, I highly recommend watching his Real Sports profile from this week. He’s the best analyst in the business for a reason.
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