NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell Surprisingly Agrees To Join Denver Broncos Draftee Jerry Jeudy In TikTok Video

The COVID-19 epidemic caused the sports world to stagnate, but the NFL decided to continue using the social distance guidelines this week to continue the draft. Commissioner Roger Goodell has announced a wide range of choices in his New York home, and Denver Broncos puts Jerry Jeudy, a wide receiver at the University of Alabama, in the 15th round in the first round. After making the choice, Judy came up with his own way of celebrating.

The 21-year-old couldn't wave Goodell's hand in the middle of the stadium, so he decided to celebrate by participating in TikTok's "Tootsie Slide" dance challenge. Jeudy also shouted to Goodell during the video and asked for a dance duet.

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_jeudy4 asked the commissioner to choose TikTok. 🔥 @ Tik's Flick

Post shared by NFL (@nfl) on April 23, 2020 at 7:30 pm (PDT)

“Don't shake hands with the commissioner in the draft, can I use TicTalk instead? #duetthis, ”Jeudy wrote in the caption.

The likelihood of Goodell seeing the post wasn't good, and the chances of Goodell actually posting his dance video were almost zero. But now we live in a whole new world. Not only did Goodell know Jeudy's request, he actually posted a dance video "Tootsie Slide".

After Jeudy's request, the official NFL Instagram account posted a split-screen video of Goodell Dance on the left side of the screen and Jeudy on the right. Many NFL players couldn't believe that Goodell actually participated, so the comments came quickly.

“He will fit well 😂🐎Calvin Anderson's offensive attack on Bronco wrote.🤣🤣

Bronco safety Karim Jackson simply said “WOW,” and Robert Griffin III wrote, “Commish for TikTok would be fun.”

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I am pleased with @Broncos' selection. Now it's time to hit the field and work. @Bose #TeamBose #NFLDraft #BoseHeadphones

Post shared by JerryJeudy⁴ (@_ jeudy4) at 8:57 pm (PDT) on April 23, 2020

Virtual NFL drafts aired on ESPN, NFL Network and ABC include Goodell presenting photos at home, and players waiting for the draft are at home with family and friends via video.

When a player is selected, they do a video chat with the broadcaster without directly interviewing. Cincinnati Bengals ranked first overall this year and chose LSU quarterback Joe Burrow.



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