NFL offseason Week 2: Players jet off to the beach, welcome new babies

The NFL offseason is in full swing two weeks after the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII on February 3. 

For some players, the offseason is all about rehabbing and training – but for others, it's time for some well-earned time off with family and friends. 

Many stars, including Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and Rams head coach Sean McVay, chose to jet off on vacations with their loved ones. Other players stayed closer to home to party it up with their squads, and some even welcomed new additions to their families. 

Find out what all of your favorite stars were up to during week 2 of the offseason below: 

NFL offseason, Week 2: What big names were up to
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NFL offseason, Week 2: What big names were up to
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady took a well-deserved vacation with his wife, Gisele, and all three of his children. 
The location of the Brady-Bundchen's retreat wasn't disclosed, but the quarterback continued to post sweet pics of his family over the weekend. 
Super Bowl LIII MVP Julian Edelman headed to Florida to serve as the honorary starter for the Daytona 500. 
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay and his girlfriend, model Veronika Khomyn, also jetted to a warmer climate after the Super Bowl. 
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown headed to Charlotte, North Carolina, for the NBA All-Star Game. 
Brown got the chance to catch up with Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry after the game.
Los Angeles Chargers fullback Derek Watt welcomed his first son, Logan James, into the family. This also makes fellow NFL players, J.J. Watt and T.J. Watt, uncles!
Cleveland Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield posted this shot of himself spending time with two division rivals, Mark Andrews and Orlando Brown Jr. of the Baltimore Ravens.
Patriots rookie running back Sony Michel celebrated his 24th birthday on Sunday. 
Arizona Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen made light of a scary situation by posting this comical pic shortly after being involved in a car accident. 
Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long posted a sweet snap of his son, Waylon, in the window seat of a plane seemingly headed towards Long's hometown of Santa Monica, California. 
New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram Jr. posted a slideshow of several sweet snaps from Turks and Caicos. 
Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky spent some time with the Chicago Cubs and White Sox down at MLB Spring Training. 
New Orleans Saints placekicker Wil Lutz posted a sweet photo from the Hot Tin rooftop bar atop the city's Pontchartrain Hotel. 
Philadelphia Eagles placekicker Jake Elliott was soaking up the sun in Cancún, Mexico.
Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen posted a photo after being honored as one of the 2018 Black College Football Pro Players of the Year. 
Kansas City Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce seemed to find the perfect chair to fit his 6-foot-6 frame. 
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins served as the best man in his brother's wedding over the weekend. 
Philadelphia Eagles running back Jay Ajayi posted a group photo from TAO Los Angeles that included fellow NFL players Melvin Gordon and John Ross. 
Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph and his family, including two daughters and young son, headed to Bonita Springs, Florida.

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