They're intended to be used for more positive purposes, though, and in a statement, the team's senior vice president of digital media and broadcasting, Michelle Andres, said the Ravens know "it will spur social shares for unprecedented fan engagement."
They also annouced a Twitter mirror, which will be a neat addition during the season and give fans a little glimpse into the fun the players have. Expect a lot from the special teams "wolfpack" of Justin Tucker, Sam Koch and Morgan Cox, who tend to have a lot of time on their hands during the day.
The emojis, though, were the talk of the day. No word on whether they were allowed to make a black-and-yellow, Pittsburgh Steelers-themed poop emoji for the update.