Teams troll NFL’s social media policy, celebration crackdown

Social media pros for the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles let fans know what they thought about the league’s restriction against game-time video and GIFs.

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The NFL recently issued heavy social media restrictions on teams and players, preventing them from sharing video highlights and GIFs during games.

Fans wondered how teams would respond—and we got a sense of how social media managers for the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns felt about it:


— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) October 16, 2016

EXCLUSIVE highlight of Malcolm’s pick. #FlyEaglesFly

— Philadelphia Eagles (@Eagles) October 16, 2016

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NFL pressures refs to watch celebrations

Many are starting to accuse the NFL—an organization that has long been hyper protective of its brand—of becoming overly restrictive of players and teams.

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