The Dallas Cowboys are the latest team to announce the names of the Google employees who help it with customer service.
NFL Network’s Jon Machota reports.
Continue Reading Below It’s not the first time a league has had to deal with a privacy problem related to its customer service team.
In March, the New York Jets announced it had terminated a contract with Google’s parent company Alphabet for the first two years after the company announced it was buying the team.
The Dallas Cowboys will not have to use Google for the next two years.
But they will be using a different technology to help it out.
The company has been testing a new system called Venmo, which lets players send messages to each other via their phones and tablets.
The team plans to roll it out in early 2020.
The NFL has been looking for a way to improve its customer-service response, and a number of other teams have also tried.
But the Cowboys say it’s the first of its kind.
The team is using Venmo to reach its customers via email, texts and social media.
The NFL says Venmo was built to help its customer support staff do a better job of helping people, so it won’t be able to help the Cowboys anymore.