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Published January 8, 2013
The WASHINGTON POST's Neil Irwin writes, "For much of the Daniel Snyder era, the Redskins have premised their team building strategy around big, flashy free agent signings. … Given the economics of the NFL, the new collective bargaining agreement made draft picks dramatically more valuable. That makes the decision to trade so many of them away seem foolhardy" (WASHINGTON POST).
The S.F. BUSINESS TIMES' Eric Young writes, "Social media and mobile apps will become an even bigger component of teams' outreach to fans. … Each of the Bay Area's pro sports teams have social media mavens whose job is to increase the number of people who 'like' their club on Facebook or follow them on Twitter" (BIZJOURNALS.com).
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