Before dating her current boyfriend, Vonn has been linked to many high-profile men. Subban, a defenseman for the NHL’s Nashville Predators. Earlier in her season, when Vonn had to take a break so she could recover from a knee injury, Subban tried to cheer her up when she found it difficult to watch a ski race.
Vonn was married to former skier Thomas Vonn from 2007 to 2013. She has also been romantically linked to NFL coach Kenan Smith. it’s really nice to see him playing so well again,” she said. “It’s a great thing that I have such an upbeat boyfriend,” Vonn told The Associated Press.
"It was definitely the toughest decision I ever had to make and I just had to tune out a lot of what was being said," Cameron recalled in an interview with
"If I didn't make that decision, I definitely wouldn't be here today." Interestingly enough, Cameron didn't start his college career playing football.
But his journey to the University of California was not exactly a smooth one.
Vonn wrote a heartfelt message on Instagram to let her fans know about her reasons for retiring: It’s been an emotional 2 weeks making the hardest decision of my life, but I have accepted that I cannot continue ski racing.And while that put a crimp in his plans, Cameron didn't give up and pack it in.Instead, he enrolled at a junior college for a year and racked up enough credits to play for USC the following year. Looking back, Cameron knows he made the right move."I'm not even close to where I need to be, but at least we're getting some production and winning some games." Cameron played for the Browns for four years before inking a deal with the Miami Dolphins, according to another article on He played with them until his retirement in 2017, according to the Before Cameron was a professional football player, he played on the college level, as so many pro players often do.
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But all of that changed when on one fateful day Cameron's sister Brynn convinced him to go run routes with his younger brother, who was about to audition in front of college football coaches, as reported by You think about fate and whether things are meant to be.