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Jacoby Jones made his debut on Dancing With the Stars last night, and he wasted no time busting out his former teammate Ray Lewis’ famous ‘squirrel dance.’
Jones’ dance partner Karina Smirnoff told him that she definitely wanted to implement the dance into their routine.
“Oh yeah, we’re totally putting that in,” Smirnoff told the Ravens wide receiver and returner.
“We want to start off representing the Ravens Nation.”
Smirnoff tweeted a Vine video of Jones and herself practicing the move.
Squirrel dance! Learn it with us! @therealjacoby12 @digital_12vine.co/v/bdiUHLnrJpa
— Karina Smirnoff (@Karina_Smirnoff) March 14, 2013
Watch as Jones takes his moves from the endzone to the dance floor below.
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