How NFL stars are spending this offseason

The Big Lead: Top 5 NFL Offseason Moves
The Big Lead: Top 5 NFL Offseason Moves


The NFL season can be a bit grueling, which means the offseason is the perfect time for players to take some time for themselves, or even go a bit crazy. While these NFL players might not be making hits or kicking field goals, they're certainly still making headlines -- just not on the field.

It seems as though Houston Texans' defensive end JJ Watt, can't stay away from the sports world. He attended the Wisconsin-Duke NCAA title game with tennis star Caroline Wozniacki, who also happens to be the former fianceé of golfer Rory McIlroy. There's no better way to spend the offseason than taking in a game -- especially when you're not the one playing in it!

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After her long battle with cancer, Devon Still, defensive tackle for the Cincinnati Bengals, announced on Instagram that his daughter, Leah, is in remission. It turns out that his offseason is looking even better than last year's regular season.

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With the hectic game schedule in the past (for now), Justin Tucker, kicker for the Baltimore Ravens, took this opportunity to marry his longtime girlfriend.

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Tom Brady, quarterback of the New England Patriots, scared many of his fans out there by jumping off a huge cliff while on vacation in Costa Rica. Luckily, he landed safely, but we bet Robert Kraft hopes he won't make this a habit.

Tom Brady Jumps Off a Cliff, Fans Freak Out
Tom Brady Jumps Off a Cliff, Fans Freak Out


Also taking a daredevil stance this offseason was Detroit Lions' linebacker, DeAndre Levy. Levy proved his fearlessness by walking on an airplane's wings while it was flying in the sky--yes, you heard that correctly.

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To get you excited for the 2015 season, click on the gallery below of the 30 most dominant NFL teams of all-time.

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