Amosa nearly forgets Lambeau Leap after touchdown
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There's always an adjustment period for rookies when they enter the NFL. There's the practice schedule, the carrying of luggage for the veterans, etc.
But there's a special learning curve when you score your first touchdown with the Packers. You have to fulfill a specific responsibility to the fans.
Fullback Jonathan Amosa discovered that when catching his first scoring pass in green and gold during the Packers' 17-10 preseason loss to Seattle.
Amosa look like Polamalu with that hair lol— dominique mains (@domomainz) August 24, 2013
After catching the touchdown pass, Amosa did the typical high-five, bump-into-teammates that 95 percent of football players do.
But it took at least 10 seconds before the Packers-related neurons in his brain said, "Wait. I forgot something. Gotta do the leap."
Eventually, he obliged the fans in the north end zone, even if his form was not Robert Brooks-like.
Don't worry, Packers fans. Amosa gets it. We'll see if he does a few more of those leaps.
But if nothing else, Amosa got to partake in and enjoy the best scoring celebration in American sport.