Rams vs. 49ers: Michael Crabtree does a touchdown dance for charity

Jamie Sabau

Michael Crabtree scored a touchdown against the Rams Sunday, and because he did a special dance, the Boys & Girls Club will receive a nice donation.

Michael Crabtree caught a touchdown from Alex Smith in the San Francisco 49ers' home game against the St. Louis Rams Sunday afternoon. While that itself is a nice little achievement, after he cross the plane, Crabtree performed this little dance.

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Crabtree is doing a dance from the Ubisoft game called "The Hip Hop Dance Experience." As part of a sponsorship with Ubisoft, the company agreed to donate money to the Boys & Girls Club every time Crabtree did the dance in a game. According to Niners Nation, thanks to Crabtree's moves up there, that's $1,000 going to the coffers of Boys & Girls Clubs.

Crabtree now has four touchdowns on the year, so for the less-privileged kids in the Bay Area of California, unless your team — fantasy or otherwise — is facing Crabtree, let's all agree to root for him getting into the end zone. After all, it's for the kids, man.

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