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PHOTOS: Redskins Participate In Annual White House Easter Egg Roll

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It's a tradition unlike any other.

No, not The Masters, which starts this week, but the 137th annual White House Easter Egg Roll.

On every Monday morning after Easter, the President of the United States hosts children from all around the country to convene on the White House's South Lawn to decorate eggs, meet the First Family, and this year, meet some Redskins players, too.

Quarterback Robert Griffin III, along with linebacker Ryan Kerrigan, defensive lineman Chris Baker and longsnapper Nick Sundberg, were in attendance, helping kids roll eggs while promoting exercise and physical activity outside.

We'll be updating this blog with more social photos from the White House as the event progresses.

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