Tennessee Titans QB Will Levis is single after splitting from college girlfriend Gia Duddy after doubling her Instagram following following his draft nightmare
- Gia Duddy went viral during the NFL Draft when boyfriend Will Levis fell off the boards
- Levis had said in July that Duddy planned to follow him to Nashville
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Tennessee Titans backup quarterback Will Levis has broken up with his longtime girlfriend, Gia Duddy, who went viral during the 2023 NFL Draft, according to a report.
Levis said in July that Duddy planned to follow him to Nashville, where she planned to become an influencer before attending nursing school, after he was taken by the Titans.
However, that plan seems to be falling apart now that the couple has split Excuse me. They were together for three years after meeting in college.
Duddy set social media on fire the night of the NFL Draft in April when her response to her boyfriend’s fall went viral.
The former Kentucky signal caller was seen on television as he fell further and further down the board, eventually falling out of the first round.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Will Levis has broken up with his longtime girlfriend, Gia Duddy
Duddy went viral on the first night of the 2023 NFL Draft when her boyfriend fell off the board
Levis was the focus of the broadcast when he was rejected in the first round in April
He was ultimately taken by the Titans at No. 33 overall pick in the second round.
But his accident proved profitable for Duddy, who went viral after being picked up by the broadcast.
Levis revealed in July that Duddy’s Instagram following had doubled following his draft nightmare.
“The only positive thing me and my family took away from draft night is just the social media attention my sisters and girlfriend got, so that’s good,” Levis said.
Levis added, “Her followers doubled on draft night and I thought, ‘I need a piece of this.’
When one of the presenters joked about the NIL deals she would sign, Levis noted that she had “just signed a Burger King deal.”
“It’s crazy, seriously, I was like, ‘you pay for lunch,’” Levis joked.
Duddy has 183,000 followers on Instagram and more than 500,000 on TikTok – many coming after the draft.
He was ultimately taken by the Titans at No. 33 overall pick in the second round
Duddy signed an endorsement deal with Burger King as a result of the overnight exposure
Levis was expected to be the No. 2 quarterback off the board at one point, but he didn’t have the same draft-day moment as fellow pass rushers Bryce Young, CJ Stroud and Anthony Richardson.
But after repeatedly being the subject of TV cameras on his fateful draft night, he was eventually taken by Tennessee.
The Titans have a quarterback in Ryan Tannehill, who turned 35 in July and has one year left on his contract with a $36.6 million salary cap hit.
Levis plays third string behind backup Malik Willis, who the Titans drafted with the 86th overall pick last year.