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Never one to shy away from the camera – just check out his snapchat – Redskins safety Duke Ihenacho made an appearance on ABC's "Dancing With The Stars" Monday night. He was there to support his former Broncos teammate Von Miller, who ended the show's premiere with a bang.
TO make sure he stood out, Ihenacho decided to rock his black hat and blazer next to his friends and former teammates, making sure viewers didn't forget him entirely.
Of course, he was just there to cheer for Miller, who, along with the Steelers' Antonio Brown, will likely breeze through the competition. Doug Flutie, however, will not.
Also, it appears as though Terrance Knighton, another former teammate of Miller's, had a seat saved for him, though he didn't attend.
Not to be outdone, though I'm sure he had no clue Ihenacho would be in Los Angeles attending a taping of "Dancing With The Stars," quarterback Colt McCoy made an appearance on The Golf Channel, broadcasting a WGC Bracket Selection Show in Austin, Texas.
He was there to help draw a foursome in the Ricky Fowler group preparing for the WGC-Dell Match Play field, which consists of 16 groups in a single elimination bracket.
McCoy wasn't as flashy as Ihenacho with his attire – just a nice purple button down. He ended up picking Byeong-Hun An, Scott Piercy and Jason Dufner to round out Fowler's group.
Unlike Ihenacho, however, McCoy actually got quite a nice backdrop for his time on stage.
In case you missed his Player's Tribune article about his time at Texas and his thoughts on the Redskins, you can read more about that here.