It’s been awhile since Chad Henne has been in the end zone.

After scoring in garbage time for the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, he decided to celebrate in style.

Here’s the play and the ensuing spike:

That was Henne’s first game action since 2018 and his first touchdown of any kind since 2014 when he was with the Jacksonville Jaguars. It was also his first rushing touchdown since 2012.

The Chiefs dominated this game from start-to-finish, defeating the Broncos 43-16. Henne’s touchdown put Kansas City above 40 points for the first time this season and for the first time in the regular season since Dec. 1, 2019 against the Raiders.

Henne hasn’t been a full-time starter since 2013, but he’s still carved out a nice role for himself in the NFL. The former Michigan star has made over $35 million in his career, according to Spotrac.