Touchdown celebrations have grown into a staple at football games, allowing players to showcase their personalities. Even when the NFL tried to outlaw excessive celebrations by levying penalties and fines, players still found ways to express themselves.

From Deion Sanders high-stepping to Joe Horn pulling out a hidden cell phone to Steve Smith rowing a boat to Victor Cruz salsa dancing to Rob Gronkowski’s “Gronk Spike” … well, we’ve just about seen it all. When we see Cam Newton #DabOnEm in Super Bowl 50, it’ll be the latest installment of iconic touchdown celebrations. Here’s a look at the history of the touchdown dance:

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