Ban the dunk? What's NFL thinking? The league reportedly may do away with slamming over the crossbar to celebrate a touchdown. The NFL reportedly might consider making a celebration like this by Saints tight end Jimmy Graham a thing of the past. Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports / Derick E. Hingle-USA TODAY Sports Mar 23, 2014 at 8:44p ET The cries of "No Fun League" have gone up across the land. The NFL is just a bunch of killjoys, right? What now? The league may legislate against dunking over the crossbar in celebration of a touchdown, Pro Football Talk reported. NFL considering banning goal post dunk celebration. #NoFunLeague pic.twitter.com/JgEpQfmXI9— Before I Was Famous (@BeforeFamePics) March 22, 2014 Now, before everyone jumps up and down about The Man keeping us down, consider that maybe this might be a good idea. In November, New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham knocked the goal posts out of whack with a post-TD dunk. Oooops! pic.twitter.com/LXsSniOF7C— Jimmy Graham (@TheJimmyGraham) November 22, 2013 So, yeah, the slam celebration can be exciting. Watching the crew come out with a level to fix the crossbar? Not so much. Plus, if Graham really wants to push the boundaries of celebration, former teammate Lance Moore already has given him an example.