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Flexing Carlos Hyde was the latest victim of the NFL's new taunting rules

These taunting penalties are out of control. You know what’s fun? Seeing NFL players celebrate a great play, as Carlos Hyde did in Thursday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. You know what’s not fun? Seeing every fun celebration penalized by the NFL for taunting. The 49ers running back had a 7-yard gain for a first down in the second quarter of Thursday Night Football, and after the play, Hyde flexed his biceps at Cardinals defenders.
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