By Hannah Cho, The Baltimore Sun
For decades, the NFL prohibited teams from accepting advertisements from casinos — and casinos couldn't woo the sport's rabid fan base as potential customers.
But last week, the league relaxed its policy, allowing franchises such as the Baltimore Ravens to accept casino ads in game programs, on limited signs at stadiums and on local radio stations. The new policy will be enforced with strict guidelines for the next two seasons.
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