Norman avoided becoming the sixth person to be gored by a bull during the nine-day festival.
Josh Norman will likely have the best summer vacation story when the Redskins reunite as a team in August by sharing tales from his time in Pamplona, Spain.
Washington's cornerback participated in the Running of the Bulls on Wednesday and shared a photo from the event via Twitter. Video was also released on Thursday of Norman leaping over a bull with some serious elevation.
"A single picture can say a thousand words in one with that being said, this picture does that number no justice," Norman wrote on Twitter. "I would start with 100,000 thousand!!! as the basement floor and elevate from there."
A Single Picture can say a Thousand words in 1! with that being said, This picture does that number NO JUSTICE. I would start with 💯THOUSAND!!!! as the basement floor! & Elevate from there. 🇪🇸 #Feedingthespiritthatliesinthedepths#OneoftheGreatestdayeverinmylifetime pic.twitter.com/d67pnSU4R1— *Joshua R. Norman (@J_No24) July 10, 2019
Norman avoided being gored by a bull in Pamplona. There have been five reported accidents during this year's event, per ESPN.
Perhaps Norman's offseason adventure can fuel a return to form in 2019. The Coastal Carolina product has yet to reach the Pro Bowl in three seasons with Washington after an All-Pro campaign with the Panthers in 2015.