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Browns And Eagles Work Around NFL's Dumb Social Media Policy 

Two weeks ago, the NFL issued a strict reminder to its teams that they are only permitted to use official NFL footage on their social media accounts. Teams cannot make their own GIFs or videos, unless they’re willing to pay fines that begin at $25,000. This week, the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles got creative with the restrictions. Read more...
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