Brandin Cooks is upset by the NFL's sudden crackdown on the bow-and-arrow touchdown celebration that he began as a sign of his faith in God.
The New Orleans Saints wide receiver has never been fined or penalized for the gesture.
However, Josh Norman was hit with both a penalty and a fine two weeks ago, with the NFL's head of officiating Dean Blandino explaining that it "mimics a violent act."
Cooks said he plans to keep doing the celebration in some form, although he doesn't want to hurt his team by drawing a flag.
"Well, there are different forms of doing it. You just can't shoot [the arrow]," Cooks said. "I'm still going to pull it out. Whatever happens after that happens. I don't want to do anything to jeopardize my team, but I'll figure something out."