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Browns, Eagles find perfect way to sidestep in-game social-media highlight ban

The NFL has restricted the extent to which teams may use highlights during games on social media. Two teams have found a great way to work around the rules. Via Deadspin, both the Browns and Eagles have employed old-school electric football figures to simulate the action on the field. Hopefully, more will follow suit —…
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