The NFL has been all over fining players this season for excessive touchdown celebrations, from twerking in the endzone, to miming shooting an arrow from a bow.
Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman was recently fined $9,000 by the NFL for celebrating an interception against the Cleveland Browns with a 'bow and arrow' gesture.
You would have thought this fine would deter him away from celebrating like this in the future, but according to an interview with For The Win, he has even bigger plans for the next time he has a need to celebrate.
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He said in the interview: "Since they sell beer on TV while kids are watching it, I’m thinking I might open a keg on the field, and I’m going to drink it on the field. And I don’t see that being on the rule book."
That's right, for his next celebration, Norman is going to pump a keg and drink from it in the middle of the field.
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"If they don’t [get it], I’ll explain it afterwards. I was kind of like, if they’re doing that, then why can’t my celebration be legal? I mean, you’re selling ads on TV, so why can’t my celebration be legal? It’s a catch-22, man. These guys are serious."
Whether or not the cornerback is joking, he will obviously be fined if he decides to do this during Washington's game this week against the Detroit Lions.
We'll have to watch and find out if he ends up doing such a thing this Sunday, as another $9,000 probably isn't going to cause much of a dent in his bank account as he only just signed a contract with the Redskins back in April which included $50 million guaranteed.