Acclaimed sports broadcaster Joe Buck married his fiancée, NFL Network reporter Michelle Beisner, in a ceremony over the weekend.

Buck, 45, married Beisner, 37, in front of the couple’s friends and family in Cabo, Mexico, TMZ reported. Buck’s longtime broadcast partner, NFL analyst Troy Aikman, reportedly witnessed the occasion.

Details on the wedding are scant, as neither Buck nor Beisner said much about the ceremony. However, Beisner retweeted a post by a guest, Chicago Bears quarterback Jordan Palmer, who congratulated the pair on their marriage and posted a photo of the nuptials on Twitter.




On Sunday, Aikman tweeted a photo of himself, Buck and friend Juliana Roberts celebrating in Cabo. “Great time in Cabo for the wedding!” he wrote.




Buck and Beisner met at Super Bowl XLVII in February 2012 and began dating shortly afterward. Buck confirmed their engagement last August, and a source said that Beisner would likely move to Buck's hometown of St. Louis.

Beisner has spent the last seven years working as a reporter and host for the NFL Network. Before that, she spent six years as a Denver Broncos cheerleader, including four years as the unit’s captain.

She’s also worked as a professional actress, appearing in such films as “Any Given Sunday,” “Throttle” and “Alice and Wasteland.”

Buck’s divorce from his first wife was finalized in 2011, TMZ reported. He has two children from that previous relationship.