Footballers around the country cleverly took to social media outlets on Tuesday to gain support against their owners. With so many of its members connected to fans around the world, the NFL Players Association planned a concerted effort to inundate Twitter with messages and trending topics. Still, this forward-thinking and focused effort to raise support will ultimately do nothing to help their cause.
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