Off-season updates from the Team!

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We have already updated you on your favorite Alabama alumni from their first off-season with the Redskins. Now here is a quick rundown of some highlights from other players during their time off.

Via Grant Cohen and Jake Meister

T.J. Clemmings

Clemmings hosted his first youth football camp near his hometown on June 16 at Hackensack High School in New Jersey.

Vernon Davis

Davis’ proposed to his girlfriend by “popping the question” after skydivers landed on the beach and revealed shirts with the words “Will you marry me?”

Josh Doctson

Doctson held his first youth football camp at TCU and made an appearance at the National Fantasy Football Conference on July 14.

Fans had the opportunity to get autographs and chat with Doctson along with 200 other NFL players in attendance.

Rob Kelley

Kelley returned to New Orleans to host his first annual youth football camp. The former Tulane running back provided free instruction to over 200 campers in attendance, giving away trophies to the camp MVPs at the conclusion.

Ryan Kerrigan

Kerrigan spent his summer in a variety of ways, from hanging out with his wife in Charleston, S.C., to attending the Home Run Derby in D.C. His charity work consisted of volunteering to assist Gatorade with a clinic at Thomas Edison High School.

Josh Norman

Norman’s busy offseason continued when he made a trip to San Antonio to deliver goods to migrant families. In addition to making the charitable trip to Texas, the All-Pro cornerback was a panelist at the Boys and Girls Club Keystone conference in Atlanta.

To see more off-season updates visit to learn more about how the rest of the team enjoyed their summers.


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