Pittsburgh Steelers star wideout Antonio Brown is one of the many now-excited NFL players after the league’s recent alterations on their touchdown celebration rules. The NFL lessened the strictness of their celebration penalties, now allowing group celebrations as an example.

Antonio Brown appears to be very excited at the prospects of the rule change, as he is known to break out a couple dance moves after reeling in touchdown catches.

Brown recently voiced his happiness with the rule change, in his addition to his excitement for the O-Line to possibly get in on the action, saying “I’m sure the guys are looking forward to it, the O-line, some of the guys who don’t get to celebrate with the guys who are getting in the end zone. I think it will be fun.” I think we can all agree that the big guys in the trenches deserve a little shine in the spotlight every once in a while, so I for one am all for the rule change, not that anyone would be against it anyway.

Hopefully we’ll be seeing even better celebrations than this beauty come September.

In other news, the Chicago Bears just signed renowned celebration expert Victor Cruz. Have to imagine its gonna be hard to bring his famous salsa dancing to a team that isn’t set to score that many touchdowns next season.