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NFLPA has hired a company to protect players accounts from social media hacks

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The NFLPA is trying to protect players like Laremy Tunsil

Laremy Tunsil remembers the night of the NFL Draft and will likely remember it forever after this video hit social media, 14 minutes before the NFL Draft.

As a means to protect NFL players from social media blunders, the NFLPA has contracted a cyber-defense services firm, K2 Intelligence, according to Matt Schneidman of the New York Post.

“We are enthusiastic to make this state-of-the-art cybersecurity solution package available to NFLPA members and their families to stay secure and to help with problems as they occur,” NFLPA Security & Operations Director Tim Christine said in a release, via The Post.

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