Watch Broncos QB Paxton Lynch dance like your dad at a wedding

Well, here’s what Denver Broncos QB Paxton Lynch’s dance moves look like.

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Over the weekend, Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch attended 2016 NFLPA Rookie Premiere Event in Los Angeles alongside 40 other first-year players.

The event is designed to help the incoming crop of select NFL rookies get endorsement deals and learn about the business side of the league. More importantly, it gives rookies in attendance their first chance to try on their uniforms.

Paxton Lynch, who the Broncos traded up to select in the first round of April’s NFL Draft, slipped on his orange and blue No. 12 Broncos jersey. Lynch then broke out in dance (see above if you dare), which might look familiar to you if your dad’s ever decided to hit the dance floor three beers deep at your cousin’s wedding.

Lynch capped the dance with the ‘Dab,’ a dance move the hip-hop group Migos introduced and Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton made ubiquitous last season.

Lynch’s dance was making the rounds on social media Monday. There’s no word yet if Broncos star linebacker Von Miller has volunteered to work with Lynch on his moves.

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