Josh Norman says NFL’s ‘bow-and-arrow’ celebration ban all about him

While the NFL has loosened its hard stance on celebrations, one type that will still not be allowed is what the league determines simulated violence.

That includes the shooting of an imaginary bow and arrow.

Redskins cornerback Josh Norman, who was flagged and fined $10,000 last season for pretending to shoot a bow and arrow following an interception, said the ban is just for him.

“You’re just picking on one person here,” Norman said, via ESPN. “[Brandin] Cooks has been doing it for years, and now all of a sudden you want to quit and stop it? Why is that?

The 22-year-old picked fights with wide receivers Steve Smith and DeAndre Hopkins, called an entire crew of officials “homers,” and broke down on the sideline when he got sick and tired of the Jaguars losing.

Ramsey backs up the hype. He’s a 6’1, 209-pound bully at the position. He’s among the best cornerbacks against the run and has the speed to lock down the NFL’s fastest receivers.

It’s those skills paired with his attitude that makes him impossible to ignore and one of the most fun players in the league.

After the Jaguars lost to the Baltimore Ravens New Nike NFL Jerseys, 19-17, in Week 3, Ramsey told reporters he was the one who got into New York Yankees Cheap Jerseys the five-time Pro Bowl receiver’s head:

Smith responded on Twitter and on ESPN; Ramsey responded on Instagram. Feel free to decide if Smith’s eight receptions for 87 yards makes him the winner, or pick who looked better in the postgame exchanges. But does it matter?

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