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Posted at 10:21 AM ET, 07/20/2011

NFL Lockout: Ndamukong Suh dancing to Katy Perry, Kenny Britt handcuffed by Britney Spears, Pouncey twins planking (Video)

(Watch Ndamukong Suh dance to Katy Perry’s “Hot N Cold” here.)

With the NFL lockout reportedly down to its final days as owners and player representatives finalize a new collective bargaining agreement, summer vacation is also winding down for NFL players.
Kenny Britt was on stage with Britney Spears on Monday night in Nashville. (George Walker IV - The Tennessean)

How are players making use of their final days of freedom? Suffice it to say they’re trying to get the most out of the time they have left.

While Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick was speaking to Congress about new anti-dogfigthing legislation, recently-arrested Tennessee Titans wide receiver Kenny Britt was being handcuffed on stage at a Britney Spears “Femme Fatale” tour concert in Nashville.

Speaking of pop stars, Detroit Lions defensive end Ndamukong Suh really likes Katy Perry, and wasn’t afraid to prove it with some dance moves on Twitter. He’s giving away tickets to an upcoming Perry concert to anyone who can beat his Katy Perry “TD dance” — which means he might need to buy out the whole venue...

And remember that whole planking fad? Well, Michael and Maurkice Pouncey are trying to make it last — or at least ESPN NFL Live host Trey Wingo is.

Meantime, Redskins rookie wideout Niles Paul is dispensing love advice on Twitter while Vikings punter Chris Kluwe is using the same avenue to bash Peyton Manning, Drew Brees and other fellow players.

If any NFL players are feeling especially adventurous, they could strap into a water-propelled jet pack a la Tony Parker. Just don’t do what this guy did on a Fox 5 San Diego morning news broadcast.

You stay classy, San Diego.

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