The internet is a vast place and you can’t see everything. So we’re bringing you the best things from your favorite athletes’ social media accounts that you might have missed.
First, we know being an outside linebacker takes some serious footwork.
Miller posted this video on his Instagram story getting his Pique´ and Plie´ on at a dance studio in Colorado.
Von Miller is ready to take his celebration dances to the next level.
— Yahoo Sports (@YahooSports) August 31, 2017
The studio posted some better footage of the Super Bowl 50 MVP in action. And he did it all with a football in his hand.
In a another “awww” moment, Ronda Rousey and her new husband Travis Browne shared their first photos from their wedding.
From one newly wed couple to one celebrating an anniversary, we move to Dwyane Wade’s Instagram.
Wade posted a video wishing his wife Gabrielle Union a happy three-year anniversary.
Union also posted the video with a message to Wade. They also put up matching shots of them looking into each other’s eyes. But Union’s photo with her “vows” was amazing.
This week couldn’t go without mentioning those helping the relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey.
J.J. Watt took to his social media with a $200,000 goal. But he blew that out of the water in less than two hours.
— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) August 27, 2017
The initial 200k was raised in less than 2 hours.
I have now raised the goal to 500k.
Your support is phenomenal!https://t.co/SR6DmnNbyM
— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) August 28, 2017
In five days, he’s received over $15 million in donations.
— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) September 1, 2017
But not to be overlooked, was Detroit Lions punter Sam Martin.
He pledged to donate $10,000 work of dog food toward Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.
Leo and I are donating 6 lbs of dog food to Houston for every retweet this gets!!!! RT RT RT RT!! pic.twitter.com/bcTT905knP
— Sam (@SamMartin_6) August 31, 2017
— Sam (@SamMartin_6) August 30, 2017
It may not be over $15 million, but it definitely helps, and can something like dog food can be forgotten in a stressful time.
This week also brought us a small glimpse of Tiger Woods. In his tweet he said that his doctor gave him the green light to pitching. So he did.
Dr. gave me the ok to start pitching pic.twitter.com/tboq1L3Xdn
— Tiger Woods (@TigerWoods) August 31, 2017
Although Pittsburgh Penguins right-winger Josh Archibald didn’t post this himself, there is no way we couldn’t include it in our favorite moments of the week.
Archibald, his wife Bailey baptized their three-week son Brecken out of the Stanley Cup!
We just hope Brecken grows up to be a hockey fan.
— Philip Pritchard (@keeperofthecup) August 30, 2017