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Laugh Track: Celebration Day

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 05 / 30 / 17

NBC's Jimmy Fallon in his "Tonight Show" monologue talked about the NFL relaxing its rules on celebrations, noting “some celebrations are still banned.” Fallon: “Since it's a little confusing, we thought we'd bring someone on to...

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