Teams are always looking for a way to be innovative and incorporate technology in to the game. Whether it was using iPads on the sidelines a few years ago or strapping cameras to quarterbacks helmets during practice, teams want to get as much access to the game as they can. Now, the St. Louis Rams are taking things to a new level.
According to ESPN.com, the Rams have begun using Google Glass technology on the practice field.
St. Louis quarterback Sam Bradford and wide receiver Tavon Austin gave ESPN’s Katie Linendoll a look at the technology, which allows everyone to see exactly what is going down on the field of play.
Google Glass gives a unique perspective of the field and the video could be used to give coaches an idea of what exactly the players are seeing out there on the practice field.
It is very unique and interesting to see, and how can we complain about getting more access to the game?
Here is a look at the Rams sporting Google Glass and a few video clips from their practice session. It gives you a look at an NFL practice like never before.