In case you haven't heard, Nelson and Reisch are the hot new couple in the NFL.Actually, they have been dating for a while, but their relationship recently became mainstream since the Bills and Cowboys were playing in Dallas this weekend.That's not fair to the rest of us, so Nelson should be Public Enemy No. But at least Nelson can rest easy tonight knowing that he was able to execute his plan and give his girlfriend something that she will remember for the rest of her life.
He's dating a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader named Kelsi Reich, who, according to Yahoo!
, likes country music, spinach-stuffed tortellini, and can hold Skittles in her dimples.
Of course, her Maxim photo shoot also helped keep tongues wagging.
Denver Broncos wide receiver Eric Decker is engaged to country music recording artist Jessie James, who sang during a Broncos halftime show during the 2011 season. "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star Kim Zolciak and Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann are engaged.
I will say that, as someone who is not an athlete, I don't appreciate it when players like Nelson make the rest of us look bad.
He has the ability to catch a touchdown pass on national television and then go give his girlfriend the ball.
"Best boyfriend award goes to Brady Quinn for taking the red eye from Denver to be here for my surgery today..another reason why I love him," she tweeted.
Perhaps the most public of the NFL relationships, Playboy model Kendra Wilkinson and husband Hank Baskett have their own reality TV show on the E! The two wed at the Playboy Mansion and have a son together, Hank Baskett IV.
In other sports, you can't celebrate by running up the sidelines and giving your cheerleader girlfriend the ball that you just scored a touchdown with.
It would be interesting to see a baseball player hit a home run, go into the stands and beat up the fan that caught the ball, come back into the field, find his girlfriend and give her the ball, but, sadly, that is unrealistic.
: As a cheerleader, it’s the job of Bills WR David Nelson’s girlfriend, Kelsi Reich, to root for the Cowboys. Cheer when the Cowboys score, don’t cheer when the other team scores. Except, that is, when your boyfriend plays for the other team.