The Chicago Bears held their first public training camp practice on Saturday in Bourbonnais, and judging by Taylor Gabriel's perfect touchdown celebration, they're having plenty of fun as camp opens.
Gabriel went out for a route during the practice and caught a beautiful throw from quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, but instead of spiking the ball or handing it to an official, he had something else in mind:
Much like we all would if we executed something perfectly at work, Gabriel made sure to relax and bask in his accomplishment, hopping over the ropes and sitting in a bag chair to celebrate the catch.
There's no official word from the NFL on whether such a celebration would garner a flag during a game, but there's still plenty of time to get that sorted out before the regular season begins in September.
Be sure to check out all of NBC Chicago's training camp coverage throughout the Bears' stay in Bourbonnais.