This is why the relaxed celebration rules are a great idea. Obviously Chiefs tight end Demetrius Harris was happy when he got into the end zone to tie the season opener 7-7 against the Patriots. But to make it even better, Harris got to do a pretty elaborate celebration and didn’t draw a flag thanks to the NFL’s relaxed rules.
After Harris caught the 7-yard pass from Alex Smith, he did a little shimmy to get his mind right and then took a free throw.
LeSean McCoy brought back a familiar touchdown celebration on Sunday. After finding the end zone against the Chiefs, McCoy opened up the safe and made it rain with a celebration reminiscent of former tight end Aaron Hernandez’s.
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