It's been a big offseason for former Alabama and current Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa. The Hawaiian Prince has welcomed a new head coach in Mike McDaniel, a new left tackle in Terron Armstead, a new wide receiver in Tyreek Hill but his most important addition may have come off the field.

According to Broward County Court record Tagovailoa got married on July 18 in Davie, Fl., to Annah Gore.

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Gore hails from Richmond, Va., and played field hockey at Saint Gertrude High School. She is one of five siblings and became a member of the Kappa Delta sorority at the University of Alabama in the fall of 2017, the same fall that Tagovailoa spent time backing up starting quarterback Jalen Hurts.

Tagovailoa and his family are extremely private by nature, there was no fanfare nor photos of the Florida wedding. Additionally, there are no photos of the pair online, Gore's Instagram and Facebook are set to private mode.

Expectations for Tagovailoa entering his third NFL season are through the roof. He must establish and solidify relationships with many Miami newcomers to ensure the Dolphins take a big step forward in the AFC South. The Hawaiian Prince has taken a big step forward in his personal life by solidifying his relationship by tying the knot with Gore in July.

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