A brief photographic tour of NFL players' offseasons

It's been less than three weeks since the Super Bowl, but with talk of labor negotiations and college kids with tremendous upside taking up bandwith and airwaves, we thought it'd be nice to check in with NFL players to see what they've been doing with their offseasons.

I've always wanted to say this ... for shizzle.

Ryan Grant(notes), John Kuhn(notes), Charles Woodson(notes) and Green Bay Packers team president Mark Murphy pose for a picture on the trading floor of the New York Stock Exchange. At least they let the injured Grant appear in this team photograph. (Also note the photo-bombing trader wearing the cheese head. My faith in Wall Street is restored.)

Tila Tequila and Dallas Cowboys reserve running back Lonyae Miller(notes). I'm not sure which one is slumming it.

Terrell Owens(notes) gives Nelly an award at a celebration honoring the seventh anniversary of the last time they were relevant. Kevin Federline was unable to attend.

T.O. again, because how can we pass up an opportunity to run this picture of Kevin from "The Office"? When the Rex Ryan telepic is inevitably filmed, Brian Baumgartner should star (assuming he doesn't have the same problem with excessively sweaty feet as the television character he portrays).

Roger Goodell did a walk of shame. Doesn't he look like a disgraced Congressman walking into a hearing?

If I'm an NFL player, I don't know if DeMaurice Smith's hat makes me more or less confident in his abilities to negotiate a labor contract.

Buffalo Bills safety George Wilson(notes) blue steels it with American figure skater Johnny Weir. As for Weir's outfit, what can I say about it that hasn't already been said about the "Follow the Yellow Brick Road" scene from "The Wizard of Oz."

Remember when a Metrodome official said he was optimistic that the Vikings could play in the stadium the week after the dome's collapse?

Matthew Stafford(notes) is evidently a one woman kind of guy. And a two helpings of dessert one as well.

On the bright side, at least Legedu Naanee's(notes) Indianapolis arrest didn't involve a late-night swim in a filthy canal, PAT MCAFFEE.

Brandon Marshall(notes) went to a Nuggets game to hang with Rocky the Mountain Lion and presumably give Carmelo Anthony some pointers on how to successfuly force an exit from Denver.

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