Cowboys Look To Squelch Reporters With Strict New Media Policy

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The Dallas Cowboys are suddenly very interested in controlling what media members can and can’t report from the team’s facilities, and have instituted an absurd new set of rules that reporters have to follow while at practices if they don’t want to get their credentials yanked.


The primary objective here seems to be to keep reporters from tweeting stuff from inside the locker room, a decree that almost certainly has something to do with Dez Bryant getting angry over some reporters live-tweeting his locker-room tirade. Because why not hamstring every reporters’ ability to do his or her job effectively for the sake of preventing minor PR headaches in the future?

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