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The CFL doesn’t get a lot of play this time of year now that the NFL and college football are in full swing, but every once in a while the league of football played north of the border comes up with a post worthy highlight. This one comes courtesy of the BC Lions, who decide not to bother huddling or strategizing during a video review, but instead break out some funky dance moves—henceforth known as the Lion Shuffle—to entertain the crowd.
I’m pretty sure that if any NFL team tried during a video review Roger Goodell would fine them on the spot. Hey, it ain’t called the No Fun League for nothing.
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