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Browns’ Andrew Hawkins has possibly the greatest TD celebration ever

The NFL is serious about touchdown celebrations. In fact, it’s so serious that it reminded teams again last week exactly how and how much exuberance players are allowed to express after scoring. That’s why, after Andrew Hawkins of the Cleveland Browns scored on an 11-yard pass reception Sunday, he suddenly looked as if he were […]
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