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Cleveland's Andrew Hawkins tweaks NFL's celebration rules with 'robot' performance

The NFL’s crackdown on celebratory demonstrations has left many players frustrated, wondering just where the line is between acceptable satisfaction in a job well done and over-the-line taunting. Indeed, it’s almost as if the NFL wants its players to be unfeeling, non-demonstrative robots. Ask, and Andrew Hawkins delivers. In what would be one of the few orange-and-black highlights of the day, the Cleveland Browns receiver scored a touchdown against the New England Patriots.
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