A couple weeks removed from the Super Bowl and a couple weeks away from free agency, President's Day weekend is typically the time for NFL players to unwind and throw themselves into a planned vacation or attend a big event.
Such was the case for several current and former Redskins, who, depending on whether or not they chose to share their location, looked to be having a good time regardless.
Let's start where it seems to be pretty warm. Both wide receiver Josh Doctson and defensive lineman Jonathan Allen looked to have a destination getaway this weekend. Doctson made sure to have his life jacket properly adjusted and then took a boat out on the water. Allen couldn't resist posing for this picture.
On Saturday night, Black College Football Hall of Fame trustees James "Shack" Harris and former Redskins Super Bowl-winning quarterback Doug Williams were on hand for the Black College Football Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Atlanta. Williams attended with his family, even grabbing a photo with Joe Namath, and celebrated the new inductees.
Not too far away in Charlotte, N.C., linebacker London Fletcher took in the NBA All-Star weekend festivities with his son, who could hardly contain his excitement as they roamed the concourse before Sunday's game.
Linebacker Mason Foster also stayed south, hanging out in Tampa, Fla., this weekend.