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In another bizarre league-wide crackdown, the NFL announced this month that it would be prohibiting teams from sharing video or GIF highlights on their social media accounts.

Teams that go against the ban will reportedly be fined $25,000 for their first offense, $50,000 for a second offense and up to $100,000 for a third.  Absurd? Kind of. But it does seem to be more merit-based than the league crackdown on touchdown celebrations. The NFL says its aim with this is to try and control all the gameday content that gets put out there.

The Eagles and the Browns, meanwhile, came up with a hilarious way to circumvent the new rule.

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