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NFL will allow the players to celebrate good times this season ... up to a point

NFL will allow the players to celebrate good times this season ... up to a point

The NFL still takes itself pretty seriously, but at least it’s loosening the tie a bit.

Beginning this season, the so-called No Fun League will be a little less uptight when it comes to doling out penalties and fines for on-field celebrations. The change was made in May after league executives spent the spring talking to players, coaches, officials and fans about ways to best relax the rigid policy on what players should be allowed to do to express themselves.

Group celebrations will be allowed now, and players will be able to use the football as a prop — as Washington tight end Vernon Davis did last season when he was fined $12,154 for simulating a jump shot after scoring a...

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