Even in the off-season you can find football news, but at least today’s is more technology related. The Denver Broncos are going digital for the 2012 season by switching their weekly 500-page printed playbooks to iPads for all.
According to the Denver Post, the Broncos will be purchasing iPads for their entire team, coaches, players and all. Wonder if the water boys feel left out. Maybe they can at least get them a Nano or a Shuffle.
The iPads will officially take over plays, video clips and scouting reports and save about a kazillion trees each year, taking into account that the old bulky 500-page printed playbooks were printed each week.
Players are being provided with Verizon’s LTE version of the third-gen iPad with 64GB of storage capacity. Man, I never wanted to be a footballer until now.