New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham used to celebrate his touchdowns by dunking the football over the goalposts, since the NFL outlawed that showmanship, Graham has found a new bizarre way to commemorate his scores.
Drew Bress had found his favourite target in the end zone in order to put the Saints up 14-0 against their divisional opponents.
The way in which Graham chose to celebrate however will certainly worry the franchise who are paying his wages.
The 27-year-old headed over to his teams sideline and decided to celebrate his touchdown by slamming his head against the bench.
To check out the ridiculous reaction from the tight end, head over to NFL Network.
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There have been a few serious injuries in the NFL this season that have resulted from celebrating but the one that sticks in all fans minds is the famous Gus Frerotte headbutt.
Frerotte was the quarterback of the Washington Redskins at the time, he managed to run in a one yard touchdown that would give his side a 7-0 lead over the New York Giants late in the second quarter.
Filled with excitement, Frerotte celebrated by ramming his head into the padding covering a steel wall behind the end zone, subsequently spraining his neck and he would have to be rushed to hospital at half time.
Graham astounding in a different way
Graham's bizarre celebration wasn't the only strange yet exhilarating play of the game for the tight end.
In the same contest, the 6 ft 7 former basketball player showed incredible athleticism when he caught a short pass and proceeded to hurdle an opposing cornerback.
You have to see it to believe it, so check it out.