[Editor's Note: In honor of this post, I dredged up an AP Photo of Redskins great Sam Huff with his family, taken on April 10, 1964. From left to right, his wife Mary, his son J.D., Sam, daughter Cathy, and son Sammy Lee.]
For most NFL players, this part of the offseason is a time for the R’s: rest, rehab, recuperation and relatives.
The regular season doesn’t afford players much time to spend with family, so opportunities like a long Presidents’ Day weekend allows players get away for family time.
Some Redskins players like cornerback Josh Wilson have just been enjoying everyday life with their spouses. Wilson revealed on Twitter (@TheRealJoshWilson) that he accompanied his wife to her “no limits spin class,” and had some discomfort with the limitations:
Man I went to my wife's workout class today after talk about how trash it was and all I got to say is…some of these classes r da real deal—
Josh Wilson (@TheJoshWilson) February 17, 2012
Good thing Wilson isn’t training to be a cyclist. Let’s see how the spin instructor handles man-to-man coverage in the fourth quarter.
Meanwhile, somewhere between Houston and New Orleans, rookie receiver Niles Paul is meeting the newest member of his family, “little nephew NP Jr.” Paul also happens to be wearing an awesome Popeye the Sailor Man T-shirt: Read more »
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