Texas State tackle Adrian Bellard
Texas State OT Adrian Bellard making push for NFL spot
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Content Source:nationalfootballpost.com By Aaron Wilson As the NFL draft approaches, Texas State offensive tackle Adrian Bellard leans on the confidence that he built as a three-year starter. In particular, Bellard is proud of his blocking performance against Florida State last season. The 6-5, 310-pound All-Sun Belt Conference selection more than held his own against the … Continue reading “Texas State OT Adrian Bellard making push for NFL spot”

Virtual Reality
NFL To Incorporate Virtual Reality Into Workplace With Help From Stanford
Autumn

Content Source:sporttechie.com By Ben Rains The National Football League has continually tried to stay ahead of new technology, and now, as USA Today first reported, they will soon begin to use Virtual Reality to help their employees, including players, experience racism and sexism. The goal of working with Stanford University is to try and curb some of the … Continue reading “NFL To Incorporate Virtual Reality Into Workplace With Help From Stanford”

Brain injury concussion
Another Study Links Playing in the NFL to Traumatic Brain Injury
Autumn

Content Source:sporttechie.com By Alex Stanley As if there hasn’t been enough research that equates playing football to degenerative brain diseases, a study by Dr. Francis Conidi at the Florida Center for Headache and Sports Neurology has added more fuel to the fire. Continue Reading Here

NFL Football
NFL chooses not to live stream games in London in 2016
Autumn

Content Source:sporttechie.com By Alex Stanley Last season, the NFL experimented with live streaming for the first time by selling the broadcasting rights for the International Series Buffalo Bills vs. Jacksonville Jaguars game in London to Yahoo. The NFL held the stream up as a success, counting 15.2 million unique viewers during the course of the game. … Continue reading “NFL chooses not to live stream games in London in 2016”