Harvey Langi’s wife Cassidy Langi was with him during a serious car accident on the night of October 13, 2017.
The reports are just coming out now, but first with the story was ESPN Patriots beat writer Mike Reiss. As of writing, early word is that the injuries are considered serious, but not life threatening. Thoughts and prayers for the Langi family, and we’ll keep eyes on this story as it develops.
Harvey Langi’s wife married him in June of 2016. According to her, he flew across the country to spend the day with her on their one year anniversary. She even included a picture of their wedding day when she shared that. Cassidy also considers right now a crazy time in their lives. I believe they met in Utah. Since Harvey attended Brigham Young and she posts on social media from Utah, it makes sense. In fact, they spent much of their time on their anniversary in Utah. They paddleboat there.
Right before the giant hurricane hit Houston, Harvey Langi’s wife posted a photo of them together there. She attended a game at NRG Stadium. Luckily for them, they left before the storm showed up. Harvey Langi’s wife appeared extremely enthusiastic about the Patriots signing. Cassidy shared a photo of them looking out over the desert draped in a Patriots flag. There’s no one more psyched than Harvey after he signed a deal for 100 grand. Hey, he went undrafted in 2017 but the Patriots will still give him a shot.
If you’re wondering, Harvey Langi’s wife went on her first date with him in November of 2014. She fell deep in love with him! She said her life changed forever when they first went out together. Cassidy appears to be one of the sweetest player wives on the New England wife roster. She constantly shares loving and supportive posts on her social media. She encourages him and reminds him how much she digs him. According to her, one month after they married, someone also robbed their house! Cassidy commented at least they still had each other. So far, their life in Utah and now in Boston resembles a kind of fairy tale. They even love to post in front of the iconic Mormon Cathedral, which resembles a castle.