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The NFL now officially stands for the No Fun League.  Now players can no longer slam dunk the goal post after making a touchdown or they will be penalized.  According to The Huffington Post,

In the latest move by the NFL to legislate individual player expression, touchdown celebrations that include dunking the football over the crossbar will be penalized beginning with the 2014 season.

NFL vice president of officiating Dean Blandino discussed the penalty during the “Dan Patrick Show” on Tuesday. According to Blandino, the dunks will be flagged by officials enforcing an existing rule relating to using the football as a prop.

“We put in a rule about five, six years ago in terms of using the ball as a prop and we grandfathered in the Lambeau Leap and things like that. But dunking will come out,” Blandino told Patrick. “Using the ball as a prop or any object as a prop — whether that’s the goal post, the crossbar — that will come out and that will be a foul next season.”


What will players do now?  I’m sure they’ll think of something creative.