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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

David Johnson, wife Meghan Brock expecting baby

David Johnson wife Meghan Brock

David Johnson is one of the top offensive weapons for the Arizona Cardinals, so he was highlighted during the “Sunday Night Football” game against Seattle on Sunday.

NBC even showed Johnson’s wife, Meghan Brock, and they mentioned that she is pregnant.

The two went to Northern Iowa together and got engaged last year. They were married in April, went on their honeymoon to Kauai, and a few months later they announced Meghan was pregnant. Meghan is from Cedar Falls in Iowa.

Here’s a recent photo of them showing how far along Meghan is:

Got the biggest pumpkin we could find in Flagstaff #pumpkinpatch @meghantjohnson

A photo posted by David Johnson (@davidjohnson31) on

Below are some pre-pregnancy photos of the couple:

From the wedding:

Before @meghantara & I go off to our honeymoon paradise. We would like to thank everyone who came out to share the special day with us. I know there's some of you we didn't get around to at the wedding. We apologize for it, and hope to see you soon! Again, Thank you so much. It was such an amazing day for the both of us, and we hope it was for you too. Now let me talk about my beautiful wife. I am so proud and thankful Meghan agreed to marry me (ya see sometimes I'm a handful). She is such an amazing, strong-willed woman. When I saw her for the first time in her gorgeous dress………. Man, I was in AWE. Feeling as if I was in a fantasy dream. Love you Mrs. Meghan Tara JOHNSON! (Geez, that sounds good together) #april8th2016 #trulyblessed (photo cred: @officiallytherealjeffjanke )

A photo posted by David Johnson (@davidjohnson31) on

@meghantara Aloha!

A photo posted by David Johnson (@davidjohnson31) on

Woman crush everyday goes to my beloved fiancé. #QueenBee @meghantara

A photo posted by David Johnson (@davidjohnson31) on



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