The NFL has been trying to get users to block all kinds of Twitter posts and messages in an attempt to block the spread of the gorilla chain, according to a tweet sent by the team’s Twitter account.
The tweet reads: “@NFL is testing a new, temporary block chain that blocks all tweets and messages that contain the phrase “gorilla” or any other word, phrase, or phrase of any other origin.
The new block chain will be rolled out across all NFL accounts.
To use this new block chains feature, please use the following instructions: Go to the NFL.com/blocks account and sign in using your NFL username and password.
If you don’t have an NFL account, you can sign up for one here.
The NFL says it will announce details of how to use the new blocks system on Thursday.
Last month, Twitter announced it was rolling out a block chain system for NFL users to use.
In September, Twitter rolled out a similar system for NBA players, but only for the first year.