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Patriots apparently didn’t violate new rules with tweet of game highlight

With so much of the coverage regarding the league’s revised social-media policy focusing on the penalties and the thou-shalt-nots, many are now conditioned to believe that any and all in-game posting of highlights constitutes a violation of the rules. On Sunday, several readers pointed out that the Patriots posted on the team’s official Twitter page the highlight of the…
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