The NFL, as per traditional, determined to be a buzzkill this week by issuing a new policy that prohibits teams from announcing that they’ve agreed to contract phrases with a free agent till the contract has been executed and the participant has handed a bodily. A few teams determined to get artistic and found methods across the guidelines to announce signings by way of Twitter on Wednesday, the primary day of the 2020 league 12 months.

The Bears had been first, announcing there have been “reports” that they had been buying and selling for Nick Foles, all but confirming the information with out truly saying it themselves.

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The Cardinals had been subsequent, citing “multiple reports” relating to the acquisition of DeAndre Hopkins. And they determined to have additional enjoyable with it.

The Redskins had been fast to catch on, announcing studies of a couple of latest signings.

The Eagles additionally joined in on the enjoyable.

NFL reporters would possibly admire these efforts from teams, because it straight confirms their reporting. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport gave the Redskins a shoutout.

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