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The NFL’s draconian social media obsession is becoming even more draconian, if that’s possible

It used to be that Major League Baseball was the sports league that stuck their head the furthest down in the sand when it came to social media. How many years did it seem like we, those cyberhumans engaged in life on the internet, complain about MLB’s strict policies about video highlights and making content […] The post The NFL’s draconian social media obsession is becoming even more draconian, if that’s possible appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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