The NFL is developing a new video with a rather unique goal in mind.
We're developing an educational training video for players to show clear examples of appropriate and inappropriate celebrations. pic.twitter.com/3yzBxAaQuk— Troy Vincent (@TroyVincent23) March 21, 2017
We won’t know the contents until the video is released, but based on Antonio Brown’s thrusting penalties from 2016, we have a pretty good idea where this is going. If you’re an NFL player who can’t wait for the video, we have a few helpful guidelines with easy-to-follow visuals that can help you.
Congratulating a teammate on a touchdown: GOOD CELEBRATION.
Having simulated sex with a football in the end zone: BAD CELEBRATION.
Pointing to the sky: GOOD CELEBRATION.
Pointing out an opponent’s flaws: BAD CELEBRATION
Handing the touchdown ball to a small child: GOOD CELEBRATION.
Sacrificing a goat at midfield to please Artemis, pagan god of the hunt: BAD CELEBRATION.
Taking the ball to the sideline to keep as a memento: GOOD CELEBRATION.
Punting the ball into an octogenarian’s face: BAD CELEBRATION.
Just follow these simple rules and you’ll avoid problems in no time!