Oh boy Rex, you've really done it now. You're sooooo busted! We all have an amazing amount of evidence that your wife is the mysterious foot model in the numerous videos that appeared on YouTube years ago. Does user name "Ihaveprettyfeet" ring a bell?
It does? Well, I have some more news for you Rex. We (the general public) don't care. Seriously, how is this garnering mountains of news coverage from credible newspapers and websites from around the country? I suppose this is unique and newsworthy because of your high profile Rex...that, and this is pretty unusual. Us sports fanatics love the unusual, we're like gossiping high school girls (SEE Tiger Woods, Brett Favre, etc.)
So, Rex, you say you're embarrassed and that this is a personal matter. Good for you, I couldn't agree more. While you haven't publicly admitted that you're the strange voice behind the camera or that the woman in the videos is your wife, your comments on the matter have provided us with all we need to hear.
We get it...and it's okay. So what's the big deal? You've been married to your wife for 23 years, and you both made a few YouTube videos of what (you consider) to be a very attractive part of her body. Move on America, move on Rex, and move on Jets. After all, you guys have a pretty big game against the Bears coming up.
My advice? You should be commended for being a husband that celebrates his spouse in such a creative way. Rex, you didn't do anything tacky, unlawful or immoral (that we know of)...so why the embarrassment and undertones of shame in your comments?
Husbands all over the world can learn a lesson from you Rex. In fact, I'm recently engaged myself, and I think I might start things off by asking my fiancee what kind of tasteful and fun video she'd like to post for the world to see that highlights just how beautiful she is.