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Did NFL ban in-game clips on social media because of ratings concerns?

One of the most persistent NFL storylines this fall, especially off the field, is the decline in TV ratings through five weeks of the 2016 season. There has been a variety of speculation and opinion as to what’s caused the ratings dip, ranging from this year’s presidential election to the inherent greed of the league […] The post Did NFL ban in-game clips on social media because of ratings concerns? appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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