Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/17/14
Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones loves to dance, and he earned the right to put his moves on display in the Super Bowl when he scored on a kick return and a 56-yard reception. On Thursday night, Jones made an appearance on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” and was asked if he would ever consider going on “Dancing With the Stars.” “Let me ask you this,” Jones said to Kimmel with a serious look on his face. “Do polar bears poo on ice?” I’ve heard of the expression involving a bear crapping in the woods, but the polar bear one is new for me. Whether polar bears poop on ice or not, it’s obvious Jones is excited about the possibility. “I think I’d get down,” Jones said. “I’d get down, baby.” Jones’ kick return in the Super Bowl already resulted in nearly $600,000 worth of free furniture for some people in Baltimore, so he might as well continue putting smiles on people’s faces by going on the show. It sounded like Kimmel was authorized to offer him a spot on the show on behalf of ABC, but we’re not sure if anything is official yet. I’m sure the network doesn’t want Jones quite as badly as it wants this lovely lady. H/T Shutdown Corner The post Jacoby Jones tells Jimmy Kimmel he badly wants to go on Dancing With the Stars: ‘Do polar bears poo on ice?’ (Video) appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Jacoby Jones’ kick return TD resulted in $600,000 worth of free furniture Jimmy Kimmel encouraged Super Bowl party pranks, and the results are fantastic (Video) Manny Pacquiao on Jimmy Kimmel (Video)
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