The Redskins don't report to training camp for two more weeks, and cornerback Josh Norman seems to be taking advantage of his time off. On Thursday morning in Spain, Norman participated in the annual running of the bulls at the San Fermin Festival in Pamplona.
"I had to face the bull straight on," Norman said in an Instagram story. "It was fun. It was worth it."
Norman wore the traditional attire for the risky event: a white shirt with a red neckerchief. He even jumped over a bull.
Norman first mentioned he may run with the bulls during a 2016 interview with WCCB in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Norman has had an eventful offseason. He helped Flint, Michigan, with the city's water crisis, visited the U.S.-Mexico border and brought water and blankets to families near Texas' Rio Grande Valley. He also visited the Afghanistan Embassy in Washington D.C., spent time with the Navy's Blue Angels and donated to an immigrant detention center in McAllen, Texas.