WSJ amusingly flaunts NFL no-text zone

We reported here a few weeks ago about the silly ban by the NFL on the press tweeting or textcasting a game from the press box. Fair enough, they can do whatever they want, since it is a condition of the press credentials the league issues. Ban or no ban,

Stripes may tweet whistle, not on Twitter

Don't expect to read Ed Hochuli defend his calls online. He and the rest of the officials have a social networking ban imposed on them. In rules just released—which is a reaction to number eight-five of the Bengals, Chad Ochocinco, and his claim that he would connect with fans via Twitter