The NFL could start treating its players differently when it comes to promoting themselves.
The league recently released a memo that would prohibit players from using social media for any reason other than to promote their own business.
This would mean that players could no longer make themselves the face of their teams on social media, as long as they didn’t have any other personal interest besides playing football.
The memo was released on Monday.
The new rule would also affect some players, who would not be allowed to tweet or post anything about their business on the NFL Network.
The NFL is already using Twitter and Instagram to promote itself, and it has used these platforms to promote its products, including the new uniforms.
In the past, players have been able to tweet about their company, including in the wake of an embarrassing scandal that saw a number of players being disciplined for making insensitive or inappropriate comments.
The new rule could force the NFL to look to social media in order to promote the product it is producing.
The NFL will have a hearing with the NFL Players Association to determine the best course of action.