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49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk got married this weekend

Jul 6, 2019 at 11:37 PM--


San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk walked down the aisle on Saturday and married his fiancé turned wife, Kristin Arceri. Several of his teammates, including running backs Matt Breida and Jerick McKinnon, were in attendance and shared video via Instagram.


Arceri posted the following on her Instagram page on Saturday morning with the caption, "I get to marry the love of my life today – you're my forever and always."

Juszczyk replied via the comments, "I love you so much! Let's have the best day ever!"


Juszczyk, 28, is entering his third season with the 49ers. He was among the haul of players during head coach Kyle Shanahan's and general manager John Lynch's first free agent class and is the highest paid fullback in the National Football League.

You may remember that Shanahan's offensive system was one of two reasons Juszczyk decided to sign with the 49ers and to turn down a higher paying offer from another team. The other reason was because Arceri loved the idea of living and working in San Francisco.

The Baltimore Ravens made Juszczyk a fourth-round selection out of Harvard in 2013. He carried the football eight times for 30 yards while adding 30 receptions for 324 yards with a receiving touchdown through 16 games and 14 starts with the 49ers in 2018. Juszczyk, a three-time Pro Bowl selection, has 86 rushing yards on 22 attempts with a rushing touchdown through his six NFL seasons.

Congratulations to the happy couple.



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