We all know the NFL is trying to keep their players from having a Twitter presence on the same level as any other professional sports team.
That’s why NFL owners have decided to keep players’ Twitter accounts separate from their teams and from any other social media accounts.
Players will now be able to support boycott groups and advertisers with their tweets.
Twitter will not be taking any action against NFL players for their tweets or other social interactions, which is a victory for the players.
In fact, the NFLPA has been pushing for a ban on Twitter for years, which could explain why the NFL has been willing to negotiate.
The NFLPA also wants to be able, at a minimum, to report instances of racial and homophobic abuse to Twitter.
Twitter is now working on a new anti-bullying policy, which will be included in the draft, which it will likely include in its rules in the future.
Twitter and the NFL should be commended for doing what’s right, especially for their players.
This is an important step forward in the fight against bullying, but we need more to stop bullying.