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Gazette Premium Content NFL to penalize players for dunking on field-goal posts starting next season

News services - Updated: March 25, 2014 at 4:10 pm
News services - Updated: March 25, 2014 at 4:10 pm • Published: March 25, 2014

The NFL seems to be cracking down on anything remotely fun for the players these days, and the latest move was announced Tuesday: the league will no longer allow players to dunk the football over the field-goal post as part of their touchdown celebration, according to si.com. Time for Jimmy...

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The NFL seems to be cracking down on anything remotely fun for the players these days, and the latest move was announced Tuesday: the league will no longer allow players to dunk the football over the field-goal post as part of their touchdown celebration, according to si.com.

Time for Jimmy Graham and others to start working on adding some flash to their layups.

The NFL had previously banned players from using the football as a prop during celebrations, so disallowing dunks from taking place is just a further adaptation of the rule.

NFL head of officiating Dean Blandino informed the Dan Patrick Show of the new rule that will result in a penalty.

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