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NFL apologizes for tweet making light of Mexico earthquake

More than 60 people died when a magnitude 8.1 earthquake hit Mexico on Thursday night, but someone who works for the NFL thought that would be a situation to make light of. The official Twitter account for NFL Mexico posted a tweet in Spanish that translates to, “Those times Mexico City shakes with an earthquake [more]
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