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-NFL NETWORK, ESPN AGREE NOT SPOIL SUSPENSE OF DRAFT ON TWITTER- According to Will Brinson of CBS Sports, ESPN and NFL Network has agreed to not spoil the draft via twitter. The analysts usually know the pick in advance and will not annou…nce it on twitter, instead they will “speculate” who will get chosen. They will wait until commissioner Roger Goodell announces the pick to tweet it. But it won’t be all “speculation” — ESPN’s Adam Schefter told the Sherman Report that he plans on revealing information about non-“standard” picks as they come along. “I’m not going to report standard picks. If a team is sitting still at 15, I’m not going to tweet (that pick),” Schefter said. “In other words, mundane, run-of-the mill picks, leave alone. But if it’s a quarterback or a bold move, have at it. ESPN places no restrictions on me (in that regard).” Schefter told the Sherman Report that he was told by ESPN between the first and second rounds of the draft last year that “we don’t want you reporting on any picks” before they happen. For a guy who makes his living in delivering NFL breaking news I bet it is hard to reign in the information he reports.(Photo via www.thesportsbank.net)
-NFL NETWORK, ESPN AGREE NOT SPOIL SUSPENSE OF DRAFT ON TWITTER-

According to Will Brinson of CBS Sports, ESPN and NFL Network has agreed to not spoil the draft via twitter. The analysts usually know the pick in advance and will not announce it on twitter, instead they will “speculate” who will get chosen. They will wait until commissioner Roger Goodell announces the pick to tweet it.

But it won’t be all “speculation” — ESPN’s Adam Schefter told the Sherman Report that he plans on revealing information about non-“standard” picks as they come along.

“I’m not going to report standard picks. If a team is sitting still at 15, I’m not going to tweet (that pick),” Schefter said. “In other words, mundane, run-of-the mill picks, leave alone. But if it’s a quarterback or a bold move, have at it. ESPN places no restrictions on me (in that regard).”

Schefter told the Sherman Report that he was told by ESPN between the first and second rounds of the draft last year that “we don’t want you reporting on any picks” before they happen. For a guy who makes his living in delivering NFL breaking news I bet it is hard to reign in the information he reports.(Photo via www.thesportsbank.net)

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