In The Loop: Sergei rips one-timers, Hopkins signs on dotted line

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In The Loop: Sergei rips one-timers, Hopkins signs dotted line originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington

First up in our look around the sports world, watching Alex Ovechkin teach his son Sergei the lay of the land. In this recent video that Ovi posted to his Instagram story, the two were spotted perfecting the one-timer from Ovi's office. Nailed it!

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Next up, Washington Football Team resigned kicker Dustin Hopkins to a one-year contract that includes approximately $1.8875 million in guaranteed money, and it can pay Hopkins up to $2.4265 million. Hopkins made it official, signing the dotted line in the most epic way possible. Dressed up as a cowboy alongside his son Wake. So adorable!

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Lastly, professional athletes Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird were spotted giving back to the community assisting residents in Seattle get vaccinated for COVID-19. The couple volunteered at Lumen Field Event Center, which happens to be the first mass vaccination site in the city.

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