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Jessica Simpson Dating Another Football Star

July 5, 2010 (3:41 am) GMT
The 29-year-old beauty is reportedly in relationship with Eric Johnson, but she doesn't have to worry about becoming a jinx since Johnson no longer plays for the New Orleans Saints.

has found a new love in another football star, a former one. TMZ reported that the 29-year-old beauty has been dating ex-San Francisco 49ers tight end Eric Johnson (II) since May and a source revealed that the couple is "very happy."

Simpson was previously married to star but got divorced in June 2006. She was later in relationship with "Your Body Is a Wonderland" hitmaker . The two, who dated for less than a year, went their separate ways in May 2007.

Jessica later landed her heart on Dallas Cowboys quarterback . However, Simpson and Romo split after almost two years together because the "" actress was believed as a jinx due to Romo's poor performance during his games.

Simpson's reported current boyfriend, Johnson, himself split up from his wife earlier this year and filed for divorce in February. He last played for the New Orleans Saints back in 2008.

Her love life aside, Jessica Simpson has made her first red carpet appearance since announcing she's on a new extreme vegan diet. She turned up at the Grand Opening of The Casino Club at The Greenbrier in West Sulfur Springs, West Virginia on Friday, July 2, wearing a halter neck dress with gold details.

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