Best NFL player Thanksgiving social media posts

By Rachel Wold
November 27, 2014; Santa Clara, CA, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson (3) eats a turkey leg after the Thanksgiving night game against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi’s Stadium. The Seahawks defeated the 49ers 19-3. Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

With so many things to be thankful for — not just on Thanksgiving Day, but all year round — here are some great NFL player posts to enjoy on this holiday.

Cheers and happy Thanksgiving!

Denver Broncos DeMarcus Ware shares this perfect reminder

Now third-string quarterback Johnny Manziel and Scott Solomon donate time at a food bank.

Mark Ingram’s Thanksgiving Day wish

Cam Newton and volunteers help feed 900 children at “Cam’s Thanksgiving Jam”

Antonio Brown’s special side dish might not be for everyone..

From Richard Sherman’s blog

“This is the time of year to cherish with family and I definitely am doing that. Family and health are our greatest gifts and I’m always grateful I can wake up everyday and play a sport I love because I know it won’t last forever. I’m going to go out there and finish the season strong. I hope you all have a Happy Thanksgiving and happy holiday season with your loved ones.”

Thanksgiving dinner prep duty for these Denver Broncos players

Matt Forte on NFC North game rival game against the Green Bay Packers

Julian Edelman from the sidelines

Mark Sanchez promotes Philadelphia Eagles food drive

Steve Smith Sr. known for his creative cartoon posts

https://twitter.com/89SteveSmith/status/669866287284228096?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw

For those not in a Thanksgiving Day food coma by the night game, see ya, Eddie Lacy

Justin Tucker, the game-saver making his entrance on Thanksgiving