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NFL To Expand Its Twitter Presence With Amplify

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The NFL is expanding its position within Twitter’s Amplify program, looking to increase exclusive content and compliment its live, televised football games.

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A Patriots vs. Broncos NFL Playoff Game Twitter Recap [DATA]

A Patriots vs. Broncos NFL Playoff Game Twitter Recap [DATA]

The Denver Broncos put away the New England Patriots last night, 26-16, during the AFC Championship NFL playoff football game.

The stakes were high, and the activity on Twitter was correspondingly significant.

@TwitterData released a cool breakdown of the peak moments during the game when Twitter was busiest.

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Tide Teams Up With NFL To Run A Cool “Color Captain” Twitter Campaign

Tide Teams Up With NFL To Run A Cool "Color Captain" Twitter Campaign

This football season, NFL laundry sponsor Tide has found an inventive way to leverage its 32-team sponsorship deal with a unique Twitter campaign.

Tide has anointed one player from each NFL team (32 in total) to be a Tide Color Captain, celebrating NFL fans and their passion for their team’s colors.

Each captain has been serving as a photojournalist, sharing behind-the-scenes personal pictures on Twitter that capture “the moments of color celebration that truly motivate them,” on and around game day.

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How The NFL Is Embracing Social Media [INFOGRAPHIC]

As social media usage has boomed it has quickly become adopted by the major professional sports leagues around the world, with both teams and players setting up official accounts on Twitter and Facebook that attract the attention of millions of fans.

This has also led to complications, as players, sometimes forgetting just how public these platforms are – and other times, being all-too clear – make controversial statements that put pressure on their club and teammates, risking sponsorship deals and sometimes irreparably damaging careers.

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