NFL players celebrate their best friends on National Dog Day

When it comes to dogs, NFL players are like most of America. They love their four-legged friends.

Here are a few of the players, and teams, celebrating National Dog Day.

Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot snapped this selfie with his dog while still at Ohio State.

Happy Monday from me and the pup 🐶

A photo posted by Ezekiel Elliott (@ezekielelliott) on

Here is a more recent picture of the pooch, who fills Zeke's Instagram feed.

The kid is growing up! @theaceelliott

A photo posted by Ezekiel Elliott (@ezekielelliott) on

Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins spent offseason time with his dog on the lake.

Lake Michigan!

A photo posted by Kirk Cousins (@kirk.cousins) on

The Arizona Cardinals shot a video with Carson Palmer's German shepherd, Nemo, named by his kids after the Disney fish. He can do some serious tricks.

Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger gave a shout out to dogs and police officers on his Twitter feed.

Rookie quarterback Carson Wentz of the Philadelphia Eagles posted a pic of his best friend.

New York Giants linebacker Mark Herzlich likes to dress his dog up.

Double dog post. Only because it's #NationalDogDay

A photo posted by Mark Herzlich (@markherzlich) on

Detroit Lions punter Sam Martin likes his dog so much, he shared his face.

Leo being me. Me being Leo. Happy #nationaldogday

A photo posted by Sam Martin (@sammartin_6) on

And Houston Texans running back Akeem Hunt likes to dance with his dog.

Yo I know my Dog be mad at me ! 😂😂😂 Y'all know how I get when I have my dog around! 😍 #NationalDogDay

A video posted by Akeem Hunt (@made4thacamera) on

Baltimore Ravens tackle Ronnie Stanley sent a shout out to his pooch, who he adopted from a Baltimore shelter earlier this year.

Los Angeles Rams rookie Ian Seau, the nephew of Junior, posted this pic.

And, of course, the Cleveland Browns, with their Dawg Pound, had to weigh in.