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Patrick Willis gets engaged

Oct 6, 2012 at 9:54 PM--


According to Patrick Willis' Twitter feed, star Pro Bowl linebacker for the San Francisco 49ers is now engaged. Photos of the happy couple showed up on his twitter feed as well. Congrats to Patrick Willis and his new fiancé.

My love n wife to be. @shenaesaifi thank you for loving me through our good and bad times. Love you.




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