Greg Little won't be doing the Usain Bolt pose anymore

Don't expect to see Cleveland Browns wide receiver Greg Little posing anytime soon. Browns head coach Pat Shurmur told the second-year wide receiver to stop posing after plays.

At various times this NFL season, Little has struck a pose similar to the one Usain Bolt made famous during the London Olympics. Little tweeted a picture of himself in the pose following a Browns loss earlier this season, then struck the pose twice on Sunday.

Shurmur had apparently seen enough, as on Monday he told Little to stop posing. For his part, Little said he would comply with the coach's request.

"I never wanted this to happen where the pose took a negative spin," Little said, according to The News-Herald. "It manifested in that way. I just won't do it anymore. I'll give it the normal point with one finger like everyone else does."

Little has caught seven passes for 74 yards and a touchdown this season.

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