Social Recap: How Some Redskins Spent The Long Weekend

A couple weeks removed from the Super Bowl and a couple weeks away from free agency, Presidentā€™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.

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Letā€™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.

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On Saturday night, Black College Football Hall of Fame trustees James ā€œShackā€ 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 Sundayā€™s game.

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Waiting for the #NBAallstar2019 game to begin!

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Linebacker Mason Foster also stayed south, hanging out in Tampa, Fla., this weekend.

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