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Browns Twitter Acct Trolls NFL With Electric Football Gif To Avoid Being Fined

About a week ago, the NFL sent out a memo that teams can and will be fined for violating a newly introduced part of the league’s social media policy. “Violations of the policy will cost teams up to $25,000 upon the first instance, up to $50,000 the second time and up to $100,000 for each additional […]
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