A few weeks ago, the news broke that Snapchat was coming to the NFL.
While there’s a few other sports leagues that already have Snapchat apps, there are only a few NFL teams that have had it for quite some time.
The Seattle Seahawks are a prime example.
While the team didn’t make any official announcement, they have been using it since the team’s 2013 season.
“When I first got to Seattle, the team was using a few different apps,” Seahawks offensive lineman Michael Bennett said.
“They used to have a bunch of apps and stuff, but they had a new app for the rookies and stuff.
It was like, ‘This is how you do it,'” Bennett said, noting that the team has been using Snapchat for a few months.
“So we were like, let’s try it out.”
The Seahawks have been keeping tabs on the apps and were even able to get some snaps of the team.
The app was designed to be a great way for the team to communicate with their fans and give feedback.
But it also offered some privacy concerns.
The Snapchat team was worried about what their users would do with the app.
They were worried that users would take advantage of the app to post inappropriate content.
And the Snapchat team also worried that they would get caught in the crossfire of the social media world, which would mean that users could be arrested for violating the app’s terms of service.
“That’s when we got into the ‘we have a lot of work to do’ part,” Bennett said of the decision to start using Snapchat.
“We’re in this crazy world, where you’re always trying to be ahead of the curve and doing things to be more relevant, and Snapchat really was our best bet.”
In the NFL, Snapchat is just one of several apps the team uses.
The team also uses Instagram, Snapchat and Instagram Messenger.
Other NFL teams have also started using Snapchat in recent years.
The Los Angeles Rams have been running the app since the franchise’s first season, but the team decided to discontinue the app for 2016.
That was a decision the team said it made in response to the social network’s crackdown on offensive content.
The San Francisco 49ers recently switched from Instagram to Snapchat.
But the team doesn’t see any reason to abandon Snapchat just yet.
“Snapchat is still very important to us because we want to connect with our fans and the fans want to be connected,” said Sean McVay, the head coach of the 49ers.
“It’s one of the things that’s kept us alive through all the bad stuff that has happened to our team and the players.”
The team is also looking into ways to add other apps to the app, but for now, the focus is on Snapchat.
McVay said that the company is still in discussions with the NFL about how to expand its app to other cities, which will allow for the teams to continue to be part of the league’s digital ecosystem.