Last month, Marlon Humphrey said he and Roquan Smith had some offseason travels planned. The invitation got extended to Ronnie Stanley and Tyus Bowser, and the foursome took off for a tour of Asia.
The four kicked off their travels in Tokyo, Japan.
Before heading to the Pro Bowl last week, Humphrey did tease that he would be on the road for 34 days with his first stop being New York.
Smith was also at the Pro Bowl as they began the first leg of their trip together.
You may be shocked to learn that Humphrey has yet to post from the squad's trip in Tokyo. Not a good time to be on a social media hiatus.
Turns out, as the trip has carried on, Smith has filled in quite nicely during Humphrey's hiatus and the squad has continued on to Vietnam.
Who knew Smith had a side career as a travel correspondent? You can follow along with the squad's travels on his Instagram, as he tries new foods (including pigeon!).
My favorite part so far has been their bike and boat tours. Nothing like seeing really large athletes on the back of motorcycles.
Bowser and Smith enjoyed ribbing on a "cramping" Stanley, whose paddling lagged behind a smidge.
The next stop in their travels is Thailand, including the Maeklang Elephant Conservation center, where Stanley's made some new friends.
Where to next fellas?