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While Roger Goodell and the NFL have several issues to worry about (concussions, decrease in ratings, off-the-field issues), they’ve decided to first crack down on the most important one of all: social media.

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ESPN reported earlier in the week that the NFL has banned teams from sharing their own videos and GIFs, and a violation of the policy could result in a fine. The first fine is worth $25,000, the second is worth up to $50,000 and every fine after that could be worth as much as $100,000.

During Monday night’s game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Carolina Panthers found a way to avoid the NFL’s new policy in a since-deleted tweet:


Hopefully the Panthers don’t get fined for this one.

(h/t Bro Bible)