Judging from the posts on their various social media accounts, members of the San Francisco 49ers are enjoying the bye week.
San Francisco's veterans are resting, spending time with their families and allowing themselves to take time off before the final eight regular season games left on the schedule. Young players are taking advantage of "opportunity practices" being held at 49ers headquarters.
Here's a look at the highlights from the team's social media posts.
Eric Reid and Jonathan Goodwin took their families out for Halloween, while Garrett Celek visited his hometown.
Feels so good to be home :) Whaz up Mississippi I've missed you — Anthony Dixon (@Boobie24Dixon) November 1, 2013
Good to be back home in Winnie TX! I can't believe how much I missed thunderstorms — Vance Coman McDonald (@VMcDonald89) October 31, 2013
Joe Staley enjoyed a food discovery.
Just had a California burrito at Rico's in Encinitas. My life has been changed forever. — Joe Staley (@jstaley74) October 31, 2013
Michael Crabtree offered another update on his rehab work.
Rookie long snapper Kevin McDermott decided to lead the charge on bringing a Waffle House to San Jose.
Rookie wide receiver Chuck Jacobs made good use of the bye week by visiting his dentist.
Starting nose tackle Glenn Dorsey has played back-to-back weeks after suffering a hamstring injury in a win over the Arizona Cardinals. The veteran defensive lineman shared how he's enjoying the time away.
Special teams ace C.J. Spillman ended his first day off by looking for help on "Grand Theft Auto."
What's the easiest way to get money on gta v for ps3? — CJ SPILLMAN (@CJSPILLMAN27) October 30, 2013
Donte Whitner enjoyed his trip to London so much, he decided to stay in England following the team's 42-10 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Fourth-year running back Anthony Dixon flew over to New York, but also let it be known how excited he was for the start of the NBA regular season.
Bulls vs Heat who y'all got I'm so ready to see this one!! — Anthony Dixon (@Boobie24Dixon) October 29, 2013
All-Pro linebacker NaVorro Bowman treated himself to a big meal on his first day off.
Starting cornerback Tarell Brown flew back home to Texas to spend time with his family.
Rookie running back Marcus Lattimore shared his appreciation for everyone who acknowledged his 22nd birthday.
Wow! Felt the love today..thank you and love you all — Marcus Lattimore (@MarcusLattimore) October 30, 2013