NFL To Let Players Wear Camcorders During Games

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By Mac McRobotface

NEW YORK—In response to the growing popularity of the devices, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday that the league will allow all NFL players to wear and operate camcorders during games. “This is a totally crazy idea, and it is going to be a total letdown to watch the games this week,” said Goodell, noting that the players could then send out updates to fans via their personal Facebook accounts, allowing them to watch replays of the previous week’s games on the stunningly high quality camcorders. “We have a lot of great players out there who will be able to take advantage of this new technology, and we want to make sure they are able to watch as much of the game as they want.” Following the announcement, Goodell announced that the NFL will make a further initiative to allow players to be seen with the new technology during the games.

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