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Takk McKinley explains sack celebration and love for Ramen noodles

FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. – Rookie defensive end Takkarist McKinley put the world on notice after his first career sack on Matthew Stafford by saying he would have more celebrations to lookout for whenever he recorded his next sack.

And on Monday night, he showed off his newest celebration following his sack on Russell Wilson that resulted in a touchdown for the Falcons after Courtney Upshaw stripped the ball out and Adrian Clayborn recovered it for the score.

When McKinley sacked Wilson and as he stood up, he made a stirring motion as if he was cooking something up.

So what was McKinley cooking up?

"I was cooking some top ramen," McKinley said. "I went in my counter, grabbed it, put in there and mixed it up. I just love ramen. I've been eating ramen since I was young. So I showed the world that I wanted to eat some ramen."

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