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NFL Warns Teams Not To Post Highlights Online, Then Posts Lots Of Highlights Online

The NFL issued a stern warning to its 32 teams last week that they should limit the amount of original content they create for social media using NFL footage. Teams, the league reminded them, are essentially restricted to reposting highlights the NFL has already posted on its official social media accounts, and Albert Breer of MMQB reported violations could cost $25,000 for a first-time violation, more than a player is fined for a first-time hit on a defenseless player.
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