The National Football League announced three changes to the game on Tuesday, but the one getting most of the attention has to do with end zone celebrations.
For years, the league has limited how players could celebrate following touchdowns, and for how long.
The rules have been loosened for the 2017 season — allowing players to again use the football as a prop, celebrate as a group and roll around on the ground if they like.
Fans have long wanted the NFL to lighten up.
Commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters that the moniker "No Fun League" had been thrown around since he was an intern in the league office.