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NFL threatens huge fines for NFL teams for using too much NFL video

The NFL has long had pretty restrictive policies when it comes to media outlets using video of games and practices involving league teams, and they’ve even been known to have homemade YouTube clips pulled offline too. But controlling how and when NFL teams use video? This is new territory. Via Albert Breer of The MMQB, the 32 NFL teams were recently sent a memo announcing that clubs are now subject to fines for exceeding limits on video and moving content.
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