NFL to Offer Paid Screen Recording Software and Patriot Software for Games
The NFL is set to offer a variety of software, including screen recording and reconstruction software, for NFL games this season, according to sources familiar with the matter.
NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith said the league plans to provide these software options to teams this season and said he expects them to be available to all teams.
Smith also said the NFL will offer Patriot software to teams.
We’re working on it right now, Smith said, adding that the NFL’s first game with the software is expected to be on Dec. 1.
“There are two pieces that are going to be made available,” Smith said.
“The first piece is Patriot, and that’s the game recording software that we’ll be offering to the teams.
The second piece is the reconstruction software.
The first piece will be Patriot, so that the teams can record their games and put them on tape, and then we can provide the reconstruction of the game.
And then the first team will be able to use the reconstruction when they come to the game.”
The NFL’s decision to offer screen recording technology to its teams comes as the NFL is trying to convince fans and broadcasters that the league’s new rules are helping keep them entertained, as well as keeping games in their stadiums.
For the most part, the league is working to convince people that its new rules, which came into effect in 2016, have made a difference in how the league plays.
A study by The Associated Press found that the 2016 season was the most popular for NFL fans.
The NFL also said it expects the 2017 season to be the most watched season on television, with nearly 50 million people watching games in the league.
The league has faced criticism in recent years for its lack of transparency in the way it does its business.
The league was criticized in March 2016 for its decision to keep some players from talking with the media after the commissioner, Roger Goodell, called for more transparency from the league and for a full investigation into the deaths of former player Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson.