FILE - This Aug. 9, 2014 file photo shows an NFL logo on a goal post padding before a preseason NFL football game between the Detroit Lions and the Cleveland Browns at Ford Field in Detroit. Sports Illustrated reported in October 2016 that the NFL is stri
Rick Osentoski, File
October 17, 2016

PHILADELPHIA (AP) Some NFL teams are going old school to find ways around a league policy that prohibits team social media accounts from sharing their own highlight videos.

Sports Illustrated reported earlier this month that the NFL is strictly limiting its teams from sharing their own video or animated graphics of highlights. The teams are limited to reposting video from the NFL's accounts. SI reports a league memo said teams can be fined up to $100,000 for multiple infractions.

With that in mind, the Philadelphia Eagles and Cleveland Browns got creative on their Twitter accounts Sunday. The Browns used a video of toy football players to celebrate on Twitter after a touchdown. The Eagles used a similar video to show an interception, complete with a homemade sign.

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