Since becoming the Philadelphia Eagles Starting Left Tackle in 2020, Jordan Mailata is more than a key member of one of the best offensive lines in the NFL.  Mailata has quickly become a fan favorite because he is a multi-talented individual with a gregarious personality.

The "Legend of Jordan Mailata" has been an ever-growing story from his background of playing Rugby in Australia and never playing American Football until the Eagles drafted him in the Seventh Round of the 2018 NFL Draft.  Aside from being an incredible athlete for a man who stands at 6'8" and weighs-in at 365 pounds, Mailata is also an incredible singer!  Mailata was a part of the "A Philly Christmas Special" was Number One on the Billboard Charts for Compilation Albums for the week ending December 29th and finished top ten in multiple Holiday Categories for the Christmas Season.  Even though All-Pro Center Jason Kelce was the front-man for the charity album, Mailata almost broke the internet by dropping these tunes on the world:

This weekend, Jordan Mailata got married to Niki Ikahihifo-Bender, an accomplished woman in her own right with a Bachelor's degree from New York University in Psychology, a Master's degree from Duke University Graduate School in Psychology, and then she attended Duke University Law School.  Today she is Associate Attorney at Ballard Spahr LLP where she works as an Intellectual Property Associate.  On Saturday Night, Mailata stepped to the microphone under during his new wife's Father-Daughter Dance to sing his rendition of Stevie Wonder's "Isn't She Lovely":

It should be no surprise that Mailata would be such a romantic consider he proposed to Niki at the same location they had met four years earlier:

Of course on top of all of those delightful moments, Mailata's "Legend" also includes his appearance on the popular singing show "The Masked Singer:

So congratulations to Jordan Mailata and his new bride Niki, two incredible people who we hope have decades of marital bliss, and hopefully, Mailata gets the Eagles' fan a Super Bowl ring to add his "Legendary" status.

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