Originally posted on It's Always Sunny in Detroit  |  Last updated 8/14/12
In a day where touchdown dances have almost become more publicized than wins and losses (thanks ESPN), Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Mike Mularkey has put down a wager to help curtail his team from celebrating. Mularkey announced Sunday that for all Jaguars’ touchdowns in which the player hands the ball back to the referee instead of dancing, Mularkey will donate $250 to the Ronald McDonald House.  The team announced that it will match the donation and make it $500 total.  Mularkey said he started the program in Buffalo and decided to take it south with him. “I thought how can I make sure our guys don’t do something ridiculous and do that and create a penalty that will really hurt our football team,” Mularkey told reporters on Sunday. “I just thought it’s a classy and professional way of doing things by handing the ball to the official by saying ‘Hey hang onto this. I’ll be back again’. I just thought that if a charity was rewarded every time they did it and now the team is going...
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