AJ McCarron and his wife to be Katherine Webb will not be conducting a TV reality show for their wedding anymore, as the new Cincinnati Bengals quarterback copes with the pressure of coming onto the NFL scene.
The former Alabama QB has come in for a fair amount of criticism for the way he has approached the draft process, with certain members of the media and ex-players describing him as arrogant.
He has continuously defended himself on all accounts, but the rumored decision for him and Webb to be taking part in a reality show has also brought with it some intense backlash.
However, that decision seems to have been countered, with McCarron's wife to be telling TMZ Sports those plans to televise their wedding are off.
Asked if their wedding will be filmed, Webb answered, "No. We're going to keep it intimate."
Even though McCarron was a two-time national champion winner with the Crimson Tide, he was classed as a game-manager, and as such he was only drafted in the fifth round by the Bengals.
He will battle for the starting signal caller job with Andy Dalton, though the current incumbent is heavily favored to keep his starting role.