Many NFL players have married other athletes. Many athletes have developed solutions to balance hard training and continual travel through similar efforts and problem-solving skills. Here are five.

#5 AJ Feeley/Heather Mitts AJ Feeley played six NFL seasons for the Eagles, Dolphins, and Rams. He was mostly a backup quarterback, but started 18 games and went 8-10.

Heather Mitts, Feeley's wife, played for six clubs over 13 years. She also won three gold medals with the USA Women's Soccer team at the Olympics. 2011 FIFA World Cup participant.

#4 Curtis Conway/Laila Ali Curtis Conway is an NFL wide receiver. He played 12 seasons with the Bears, Chargers, Jets, and 49ers. He had 8,230 receiving yards and 52 touchdowns.

Conway is married to Muhammad Ali's daughter, boxing legend Laila Ali. Laila Ali had a 24-0 boxing record, including 21 knockouts. In two weight classes and three organisations, she won five world titles.

#3 Aaron and Sanya Ross Aaron Ross played cornerback for the Giants and Jaguars. During his stint with the Giants, he won two Super Bowls and recorded 11 interceptions.

Sanya Richards-Ross is Aaron Ross's wife. Richards-Ross was born in Jamaica but competed for the U.S. She competed in World Championships. She won 10 400-meter gold medals, including four in the Olympics, individually and in a relay.

#2 Zach and Julie Ertz Zach Ertz spent the first nine years of his NFL career with the Philadelphia Eagles. He won the Eagles' first Super Bowl. Ertz is a 2022 Arizona Cardinal.

Zach Ertz married US soccer star Julie Ertz. Julie Ertz plays midfield for the Chicago Red Stars and the USWNT since 2013. She was an All-Star at the FIFA World Cup and the Olympics. Ertz twice won US Soccer Female Player of the Year.

#1 JJ and Kealia Watt JJ Watt is a future Hall of Famer and one of the NFL's top pass rushers. He won three Defensive Player of the Year titles with the Houston Texans and now plays for the Arizona Cardinals.

Kealia Ohai Watt is JJ Watt's wife. She played with the Houston Dash for six years. She won the FIFA U-20 World Cup and CONCACAF U-20 Championship in 2012 with the U.S. U-20 team.

Kealia Ohai Watt is JJ Watt's wife. She played with the Houston Dash for six years. She won the FIFA U-20 World Cup and CONCACAF U-20 Championship in 2012 with the U.S. U-20 team.