Eagles Find Creative Loop Hole For NFL Ban On Live Game Videos

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — It seems the Eagles have found a way around the NFL’s ban on teams over-posting live game videos and highlights on social media.

With four minutes left in the second quarter, Safety Malcom Jenkins landed an interception which the Eagles creatively reenacted using an electric football game set, posting the gif to Twitter. It has since been retweeted 1,800 times.

The Eagles weren’t the only team who appeared to be “trolling” the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell, according to Twitter users.

Following the Eagles’ tweet, the Cleveland Browns posted a similar highlight after scoring a touchdown against the Cincinnati Bengals.

According to an NFL memo sent out last week, teams face fines up to $100,000 for posting moving in-game content.


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