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Redskins Players Send Out Father's Day Wishes


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Today is Father's Day. It fell on the latest day possible, which means this year players, now on vacation after a few months of practice, could be home with their families.

That let many players spend time with their dads. And for a couple new fathers (Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris) a chance to spend quality time with their children. 

Happy 1st #FathersDay to our favorite dad @RGIII ! The love of a father and his child is unparalleled. #KnowYourWhy — Family of 3 (@Fo3Foundation) June 21, 2015

"My father and stepfather. First 18 years of my life everything I asked for they gave me. Even when they didn't have it, they found a way. Stepdad been in my life since I was 3 and I've had my ups and downs with my father but they've both help shape me into the man I am today. We always hope mom and dad stays together but if I could go back and change it, I wouldn't. I wouldn't have it any other way. I love you both to death. Happy Fathers Day!"

"Happy Father's Day to my Dad... Couldn't have asked for a better Dad! All the clowning around together we do... and growing up to see that I have that same personality is a great thing! Happy Fathers Day I love you Dad."

"Happy father's day to all the good father's out there."

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#HAPPYFATHERSDAY To the best dad in the world.

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"Happy Fathers Day to my pops. This man has always been relentless when it came to pushing me & helping me reach my full potential. He believed in me when there was nothing really to believe in. We're not always on the same page, but he is always there when I need him to keep me focused."




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