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Joe Flacco Marries High School Sweetheart

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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Congratulations to Joe Flacco!  Several news sources are reporting the Ravens quarterback got married this past weekend.  Mary Bubala reports the Ravens aren’t confirming it, but Flacco’s dad is.

Our media partner, The Baltimore Sun, says Flacco’s dad confirmed the Ravens quarterback tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Dana Grady this past weekend in Philadelphia.  The two are high school sweethearts.

The low-profile quarterback has kept his relationship off the radar, but in an interview with WJZ, Flacco did talk about it.

“I do have a girlfriend, yes,” he said.  “She’s from…New Jersey, where I grew up.  We’ve been together since the end of high school.”

News of the nuptials first surfaced online on baltimorebeatdown.com.  Joseph Flacco and Dana Grady are on the registry at the Wedding Channel’s website with a wedding date of Saturday, June 25.  They registered at Macy’s and Crate & Barrel.  Their place setting was Vera Wang’s Wedgewood dinnerware and beautiful crystal stemware.

According to reports, their wedding took place in the same church where Flacco’s parents were married.

The couple reportedly have not gone on a honeymoon yet.

Tight ends Todd Heap and Dennis Pitta were scheduled to attend but their flights were canceled in Atlanta.

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