The Redskins had their Bye Week over the weekend, which meant many players spent some much needed down time after a bruising four weeks of football to start the year. For some, it came at a perfect time in a variety of ways.
Take quarterback Kirk Cousins, who had the chance to spend time with his son, Cooper, just several days after he was born. He captioned one of his Instagram posts as taking paternity leave and the two of them seemed inseparable this weekend, on the couch and around the town.
Right guard Brandon Scherff is also a new dad, and already has his son, Easton, repping his Iowa Hawkeyes and cuddling up to his hunting dog, too. These two seem like a good pair already.
Linebacker Mason Foster also had some good father-son time, taking one of his boys to the local indoor pool for swimming lessons.
Meanwhile safety DeAngelo Hall surprised his eldest son with a visit from Hampton, Va., native and NBA Hall of Famer Allen Iverson. Hall's son "dropped to the floor when Big Bro A.I stopped by the crib. Thanks for always showing love bro," he captioned.
Linebacker Ryan Kerrigan enjoyed a nice night out with his fiancée for dinner over the weekend, and fellow linebacker Will Compton, visiting home in Missouri, had a nice dinner as well, poking fun at a recent Vernon Davis tweet.