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The Chris Cooley Rule

You can do a lot of harm in 140 characters but you can do a lot of good too.

By Jason Maloni | August 25, 2009; 09:04 AM ET | Comments (0)

Much Ado About Tweeting

Once again the NFL is trying to stifle players' personalities off the field and on it.

By Matt Loede | August 24, 2009; 03:54 PM ET | Comments (0)

Twitter Thought Police

With the rules for communication already established - vis-à-vis what's punishable and what's not -- having a policy addressing Twitter spanks of overkill.

By Chris Richardson | August 24, 2009; 12:12 PM ET | Comments (0)

NFL Control Freaks

I see no need for the NFL to bother itself with worrying what guys are "tweeting" so long as they aren't doing it in the huddle.

By Jason Brewer | August 24, 2009; 09:39 AM ET | Comments (0)

Goodell Better Recognize

A commonsense policy is obviously needed. After all, you don't see other top companies banning their employees from using Twitter.

By Matt Infante | August 24, 2009; 09:14 AM ET | Comments (0)

Don't Fear the Tweeter

Just have players register their accounts and then let the new tool work its magic.

By Joe Baker | August 24, 2009; 08:51 AM ET | Comments (1)

Tweet Nazi Cometh?

Let the players police themselves, and if someone steps out of line, poof! "NO TWEETS FOR YOU!!"

By Nick Houllis | August 24, 2009; 07:53 AM ET | Comments (1)

A Time to Tweet

Rather than just fine players, I would establish a policy saying players who tweet during games will have their accounts deactivated. Other times, it's up to the teams.

By Larry Brown | August 24, 2009; 07:24 AM ET | Comments (0)

Twitter Not the Enemy

Twitter doesn't need any special rules surrounding its use, just keep doling out the fines like anything else.

By Joel Thorman | August 24, 2009; 07:10 AM ET | Comments (0)

Not While Working

Beyond that, Twitter policy should be left up to the individual teams and coaches.

By Sean Yuille | August 24, 2009; 06:50 AM ET | Comments (2)

Treat Tweets Like Speech

If tweets carry the same repercussions as a talking to the press, players will think before Twittering something nasty tweet about play-calling.

By John Gennaro | August 24, 2009; 06:44 AM ET | Comments (0)

Not Goodell's Problem

Tweet away fellas; I've got a CBA to negotiate.

By Ryan Van Bibber | August 24, 2009; 06:35 AM ET | Comments (0)

Control the Tweets

By monitoring NFL Tweets, the league could provide its players with a service more of us need: a filter between us and our impulses.

By John Morgan | August 24, 2009; 06:31 AM ET | Comments (0)

Information Monitors

The NFL should create new positions called Information Monitors, a collection of league officials monitoring all information from players through social networking media.

By Josh Kirkendall | August 24, 2009; 06:22 AM ET | Comments (0)

Teams Should Regulate

Put teams in charge of approving each post a player wants to put on Twitter.

By Jimmy Morris | August 24, 2009; 06:16 AM ET | Comments (0)

Look to NFL Films

My policy would look much in the same way that the league handles NFL Films.

By Joe Reedy | August 24, 2009; 06:02 AM ET | Comments (0)

 
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