Michael Thomas Recreates Iconic 'Mobile Phone' Touchdown Celebration

Michael Thomas Recreates Iconic 'Mobile Phone' Touchdown Celebration

Horn, a Saints Hall of Famer who caught 50 touchdown passes for the franchise from 2000-06, will forever be remembered for his controversial 2003 touchdown celebration, which resulted in a $30,000 fine in an era when receivers such as Terrell Owens, Chad Johnson and Horn were regularly coming up with elaborate celebrations.

Which celebration did you like better? "That's what I want to say".

"I think Joe Horn left it", Thomas said with a joking smile. Thomas hadn't talked to Horn about the celebration prior to the game. "We'll get that all figured out and handled, but he had a good game". But Thomas' play on Sunday was nothing short of spectacular. Thomas went to the goal post and pulled out a phone, pretending to make a phone call. He said he purchased the phones from a liquor store.

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Thomas has been one of the more notable Saints this season with his vocal presence on Twitter. And while some lamented the decision, the man responsible for the original iconic celebration gave it his stamp of approval. Just last month when the team last played in New Orleans against the Redskins, Thomas came out of the tunnel wearing a ski mask.

Horn said he also let Thomas know that he ordered his No. 13 jersey to wear when he comes to any Saints events - "hopefully the Super Bowl". All these guys just catching touchdowns and celebrating with each other, having fun, getting the crowd involved.

The Saints were up three points and looking to put away the Rams in one of the most entertaining and competitive games of the year.