While the Super Bowl featured the Denver Broncos and Carolina Panthers, the Washington Redskins were well-represented in San Francisco.
Aside from fans wearing their burgundy and gold, several players, current and former, made their way to Bay Area to share in the festivities of Radio Row, reconnect with friends and family and make appearances for other big events.
Here's a recap of everything you might have missed.
Redskins President Bruce Allen made a stop by the ESPN 980 set-up and spoke with Chris Cooley for a discussion about the past season and where things stand on a variety of players. Tight end Jordan Reed also helped out at the NFL Experience later that evening.
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Thursday was busy. Kirk Cousins was in the city and spent time at a variety of places, which included cheering on Reed at the Madden Bowl. Dashon Goldson also did his rounds on Radio Row and got an exclusive tour at Twitter Headquarters.
The morning started out with a trip to the Golden Gate Bridge, Radio Row saw a few more Redskins players do their share of interviews and Michael Burnett, from Loudoun County, accepted his NFL High School Coach of the Year award.
The last day was a star-studded event on the NFL Honors red carpet.