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More teams poking fun at REALLY stupid NFL social media policy

The NFL recently clarified their hard-line stance against teams broadcasting highlights over social media. That’s a fairly outdated stance to take, and seems like a bad idea on two levels. First, ruling teams aren’t in control of getting heir own content to fans, and threatening massive fines should they disobey, is a strangely combative position […] The post More teams poking fun at REALLY stupid NFL social media policy appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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