Injuries are a part of the game, even when those injuries occur while celebrating.

Hawaii linebackers coach Sean Duggan found that out the hard way. 

Duggan dislocated his elbow and fractured his wrist while celebrating a blocked field goal by 6-foot-7, 300-pound Viane Moala during last weekend's 41-18 win over Western Carolina in Honolulu. Here's a look at the incident courtesy of coach Nick Rolovich's television show.

"You advise against chest-bumping a 6-foot-7, 300-pound Tongan," Rolovich joked in the video. "That's just -- as a new haole guy on the island -- that's just not something you should make a habit. He'll be in the sling for awhile."

That won't keep him down, though.

According to Hawaii News Now, Duggan will be with the team during Saturday's game against UCLA at the Rose Bowl -- sling and all.

This isn't the first celebration-related injury in football. Former Georgia wide receiver Malcolm Mitchell tore his ACL in the Bulldogs' season-opener against Clemson in 2013 celebrating a Todd Gurley touchdown. The most famous football celebration injury came in 2001, when former Arizona Cardinals kicker Bill Gramatica tore his ACL celebrating a 43-yard field goal in the first quarter of a 0-0 game.