The first full Sunday of NFL play is just a few hours away, much to the joy of football fans everywhere.

While the NFL faithful have plenty of exciting tales to get their teeth into, Justin Jefferson, a star wide receiver for the Vikings, put one contentious matter to rest.

Jefferson announced on Friday that his "Griddy" touchdown celebrations would be carried over to the 2022 campaign.

Jefferson told ESPN's Kevin Seifert that doing  the Griddy is his hallmark move which he will continue to do. 

Since his college days, Jefferson has been dancing.

Jefferson picked up the manoeuvres from his LSU teammate Ja'Marr Chase, who had originally learned them from Allen Davis, a friend and Louisiana player.

With Jefferson, Chase, and others performing the dance to celebrate on the field, the dance has recently gained popularity.

The Griddy even appeared in "Madden 23" this season, with a commercial that featured none other than Thomas Jefferson.

In 17 games during the regular season, Jefferson recorded 108 receptions for 1,616 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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