The Redskins were in town to shop as part of an effort to help underprivileged children get clothes and supplies for the new school year.
The Redskins shopped with local elementary-aged students. You could find many of the famous football players at Macy's Department Store at Short Pump shopping center with little feet underneath.
Joshua Morgan heard some of the kids say they didn't have money to pay for their selections. They started to have fun once they found out their selections were free for them.
You could hear Leonard Hankerson say to one of the four young boys he was shopping with, "Come on little man, we gotta find you some jeans!"
Shopping for the little ones wasn't as easy for the men as one would think. They kept getting separated from the kids they were shopping for. Also, they didn't know the sizes of the kids, so they had had to learn as they went along, according to running back Alfred Morris.
Not only did the students have the Redskins running all over the store, but the students also challenged the players' taste in clothes.
Some of the players' wives helped out with the little girls. Rebecca Griffin, RGII's wife, said it was a lot of fun shopping with two little girls.
The event was hosted by the Redskins, Macy's and the "Communities in Schools." Students came from Blackwell Elementary and Carver Elementary.
The Redskins felt good about what they did to help those elementary students start the school year off with many items.