Denver Broncos Adopt iPads for Enhanced Team Strategy

In a recent development, the Denver Broncos are advancing their technological capabilities by transitioning from traditional paper playbooks to digital versions on iPads, as reported by the Denver Post. The team plans to equip itself with 120 high-end 64 GB iPads with Verizon Wireless 4G service annually.

This shift not only modernizes their approach but is also cost-effective, potentially saving on the expenses associated with printing and distributing 500-page paper playbooks weekly.

By adopting this digital strategy, the Broncos align themselves with other forward-thinking NFL teams like the Baltimore Ravens and Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have already integrated tablet technology into their operations. The iPads will be loaded with the PlayerLync app, which allows players and coaches to annotate video highlights and save these notes on a server for future reference.

This system ensures that all team members can access past game data and playbook changes are updated automatically, even when the app is not in use.

Additionally, the Broncos plan to enhance their game-day strategy by uploading game videos to the iPads shortly after each match concludes. Security measures are also in place, as the digital playbook can be remotely wiped should an iPad be misplaced or stolen.

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