We’re trying to figure out how much attention a player is receiving online.
As we noted on Tuesday, a new study by the media and entertainment consulting firm The Media Insight Group has found that the most prominent players on the field are receiving the most clicks on social media and that NFL players have been gaining more attention than any other group.
The study also found that a majority of NFL players — 55 percent — are sharing content online with fans on a daily basis.
A new study also revealed that the average number of followers on Twitter is growing by an average of 9 percent per day.
This comes on the heels of the league’s new social media policy, which is designed to ensure that players are receiving all the attention they can get on the platform.
With the new policy, teams will be able to set their own terms for when players are allowed to tweet and post to social media platforms.
While some players may not be happy with the new policies, many of them have taken the league to court over the past few years.
According to a lawsuit filed in November by the NFL Players Association, the league has violated antitrust laws, as well as Title II of the Communications Act.