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NFL Will Fine Teams Up To $100K For Posting Videos & Gifs During Games

The no fun league just got that much worse. According to a mashable report, the league office sent out a memo to all 32 teams this week telling them they will get fined for posting any unapproved video or gif during a game. Basically, if the Patriots post a video of Tom Brady throwing a […]
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