Buffalo Bills star Josh Allen may be a single man and back on the market after one of Brittany Williams’ friends took a shot at the quarterback on social media. The latest dig comes after Brittany unfollowed Allen on Instagram and appeared to celebrate her birthday without him prompting rumours they have broken up.
“Now accepting husband applications @brittwilll,” the post from Brittany’s friend Karlee Zacky read, with the pair all smiles at the Kentucky Derby. It’s unclear if Allen and Brittany have split or when, but the Bills star’s last post alongside the pilates instructor came in April of 2020.
The paid first got together in 2017 but have known each other since they were eight years old. The duo grew up as family friends in Fresno, California, and it was Brittany who made the first move on the football star, asking Allen to be her date at a Sadie Hawkins dance in high school.
Following that date, Allen ended up disappearing – not literally – but popped back up in Brittany’s life a year later, admitting that he had made a mistake. “I specifically remember [Allen] reaching out to me a whole year later and just randomly texting me, saying, ‘I messed up’,” Brittany said on Kelly Stafford’s The Morning After podcast last year. “And I’m like, ‘Dude, you haven’t talked to me in a year.’ But at the same time, I liked it.”
Allen, 26, will be hoping for another standout NFL campaign, single or taken. He’ll have to up his game too, with the addition of Aaron Rodgers into the AFC East, following a blockbuster trade to the New York Jets.
The QB is a two-time Pro Bowler and was third in NFL MVP voting in 2022. Allen put up 4,283 passing yards and 35 touchdown passes, as well as 762 rushing yards and seven rushing touchdowns. Brittany was a regular at Allen’s games.
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The Bills reached the NFL divisional round after finishing top of the AFC East. And this offseason they’ve made a number of plays in the offseason to strengthen Sean McDermott’s roster.
The Texas-based franchise added Connor McGovern, Damien Harris, and Latavius Murray. The Bills also selected tight end Dalton Kincaid at No25 overall in the draft.
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