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NFL Teams Enjoy Giving NFL's Social Media Policy A Giant, Hilarious Middle Finger, Using Toys

You'll recall that we recently commented on the NFL's new dumb social media policy for its member teams, which outlines how much video content a team can push out as kickoff approaches (less than before), what type of video content from games teams can produce and distribute on their own (basically none), and the size of the fines if teams violate this policy (huuuuuge).
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