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(FOX19) -

A Bengals legend teamed up with Kroger to help celebrate Black History Month on Thursday.

Ickey Woods signed autographs and took pictures with fans at the Queen City Centre Kroger and then the Kroger Marketplace in Newport.

The event was part of the 'Champions of the Dream' program.

Woods spent his entire NFL career with the Bengals from 1988 to 1991.

He said it was nice to see some of his older fans who grew up seeing his trademark 'Ickey Shuffle' end zone dance whenever he scored a touch down.

For more information about the Champions of the Dream program, click here.

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