Due to Covid restrictions the parents of Chase Young, Antonio Gibson and other Washington rookies have not attended any Washington Football games so far this year.
That changed Sunday in Cleveland as the Browns allowed fans in the stands, and some of those fans are rooting for the Burgundy and Gold.
Washington Football Team (@WashingtonNFL) September 27, 2020
First game this season that the players’ families can attend. Big showing from the Chase Young contingent. pic.twitter.com/d5N1g66JVX— michael phillips (@michaelpRTD) September 27, 2020
Antonio Gibson’s family is seeing him play in the NFL for the first time. Her sent his mom a jersey to wear. pic.twitter.com/Yryv4vKtq6— michael phillips (@michaelpRTD) September 27, 2020
The "baby boy" t-shirt is excellent. pic.twitter.com/0hciHWU1ZT— michael phillips (@michaelpRTD) September 27, 2020
FedEx Field has not been open to fans this year so the parents could not attend the Week 1 win over Arizona. In Week 2, Washington traveled to Arizona, another team not allowing fans in the stands.
Finally, the parents get to see their boys in an NFL uniform, and certainly hoping to watch a win.