Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman is a man of many talents.
Not only is he one of the best cornerbacks in the NFL but he can also dance!
Norman was one of the celebrities to compete on season 26 of the American television show Dancing with the Stars.
Despite finishing as a runner-up behind figure skater Adam Rippon, Norman was able to raise money to give back to his community. Starz24, a foundation created by Josh Norman, provides academic enrichment to children through community events and youth programs.
WUSA9 Sports Anchor Darren M. Haynes will compete in Washington D.C.'s version of the dance competition.
Darren’s raising money to support the PenFed Foundation, a nonprofit that provides service members and veterans with the skills and resources they need to build a strong financial future.
Norman stopped by Darren's practice to give him pointers on how to dance why it's important to raise money for charity.
There's still to support Darren in DC's Dancing Stars Gala. The event is Saturday, Nov. 10.