Eagles' LeSean McCoy Embraces Hip-Hop Dance Experience for Charity

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Eagles' LeSean McCoy Embraces Hip-Hop Dance Experience for Charity

Ubisoft has several NFL stars shaking their groove thing on the field for some great charitable causes off of it. LeSean McCoy is the latest.

The Philadelphia Eagles' star running back is picking up right where one of his colleagues left off and doing a little dance for charity.

If you see the "Shady Bounce," remember that there is some good being done, more than just the usual fan frivolity.

Via an Ubisoft press release, video-game producers of the new Hip-Hop Dance Experience, money is being donated for every celebratory dance.

Here is what the star running back had to say: 

For me, celebrating a touchdown is like having a party in the end zone And everyone knows when you’re at a party, your dance moves gotta be on point. Shout out to The Hip Hop Dance Experience for helping me upgrade my ‘Shady Bounce’ celebration dance and supporting my foundation in the process. Be on the lookout for my new dance next time I’m in the end zone!

You can see the dance firsthand with this tweet from Shady himself:


Every time McCoy drops this dance in the end zone, Ubisoft will donate to the LeSean McCoy Foundation, a charitable organization dedicated to assisting people in at-risk communities of Pennsylvania and raising funds for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease) research.

This is far from an isolated incident. The video-game producer is collaborating with other NFL stars and has already seen some epic performances from menacing Denver Broncos linebacker Von Miller.

Here he is busting out his unique sack-celebration dance. 

Every time Miller boogies, Ubisoft makes a charitable donation to Von’s Vision, a foundation dedicated to providing eye care, glasses and contact lenses to underprivileged youth.

If ever there were more incentive for touchdowns and tackles for loss, this would be it.

Dancing never looked so good.

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