Redskins' Josh Norman runs with bulls in Pamplona, Spain: It was 'crazy'

Carrie Guzman
July 14, 2019

To add to the aesthetic, Norman was wearing a shirt with a picture of a bull on it and sporting a red neckerchief - the color often used by matadors to supposedly provoke the animals to charge.

But sometimes adventure is good for the soul.

Over the years professional athletes have lived on the edge during their offseason with an adventurous thrill-seeking side. Washington Redskins star cornerback Josh Norman has recently taken his innermost thrills to a different level. I would start with 100 THOUSAND! He wrote on Twitter it was one of the greatest days of his life.

The veteran is in Spain for the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona, and he's not just running away from them like the countless people who come to the region for the risky event.

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Washington likely wasn't too happy to find out one of its players did the running, but it seems like Norman did a little more than that.

At least five people have been gored at this year's running of the bulls.

Afterward, Norman posted videos on his Instagram stories, saying a number of times that the experience was "crazy". But Norman appears to have escaped unscathed.

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