Najee Harris Roasts Jaylen Warren's Dance Moves After First NFL Touchdown

Adam Taylor McKillop
Steelers running back Najee Harris roasted Jaylen Warren's touchdown dance moves on Twitter.
Steelers running back Najee Harris roasted Jaylen Warren's touchdown dance moves on Twitter. / ASSOCIATED PRESS
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The Pittsburgh Steelers are still on the outside looking in for the 2022 NFL playoff picture, but they captured an important win over the Carolina Panthers in Week 15. The running back tandem of Najee Harris and Jaylen Warren combined for a pair of touchdowns and 124 rushing yards in the victory.

Considering this is a down year for Harris and the undrafted free agent Warren has slowly cut into his workload, one might think there's some tension in the running back room. Fear not Steelers fans, there's clearly a lot of love between the two running backs.

In fact, Harris took to Twitter to playfully roast Warren's dance moves after the rookie scored the first touchdown of his NFL career.

Pittsburgh's social media team posted video of Warren's dance moves, which featured a point-and-lean style move before embracing with the other offensive playmakers. Harris retweeted the video with a caption "Hell yeah Jay" accompanied by the emoji crying from laughter.

It's safe to assume that Steelers' nation might be on board with Najee's assessment of the dance moves.

The Steelers look forward to Week 16 when they take on the Las Vegas Raiders and have a chance to improve their record to 7-8.

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