NFL Players Celebrate Big Plays by Pretending to Take Selfies

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistAugust 29, 2014

via NFL.com

Jacksonville Jaguars defensive ends Ryan Davis and Andre Branch should have asked former NFL wide receiver Joe Horn how to sneak a cell phone onto the field so they could properly celebrate a sack on Thursday night.

Davis sacked Atlanta Falcons quarterback T.J. Yates during the second quarter of the Jaguars' preseason finale. After the sack, Davis and Branch pretended to take a selfie in the end zone—while Yates was still getting up. 

The Jacksonville players weren't the only ones who like selfies. Cincinnati Bengals rookie running back Jeremy Hill celebrated a touchdown by pretending to take one.

via NFL.com

Sporting KC's Dom Dwyer set the bar high for celebration selfies, but NFL players are doing their best to dow what they can.

[NFL.com, Jeremy Hill; h/t Complex]

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