Fox Sports has been taking the social media platform to task for the way it handles the aftermath of the Las Vegas shooting, which left more than 500 people dead and injured more than 5,000 more.
A report by Fox Sports Media Insider published on Thursday claimed that the NFL is using its official Twitter account, @NFL, to tweet criticism of the media.
According to the report, NFL teams are using their own accounts to criticize the media for being critical of President Donald Trump, which has been criticized as the league has not taken a firm stance on Trump’s immigration policy.
While the league is reportedly using the @NFL account, the report said that Twitter is not the only social media network that the teams are utilizing.
The report went on to state that teams are also using other social media platforms such as Instagram, Snapchat, and Vine.
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