With the NFL Draft starting on Thursday and the Bengals set to officially unveil the first-round pick on Wednesday, I am getting ready to post a preview on this new technology.
The first thing to point out is that this technology is not going to replace the traditional NFL Scouting Combine or Pro Day.
This is a new technology that is going to allow a player to show up and be measured in front of the cameras of the NFL Network, ESPN, and NFL.com, and it will be in the NFL’s “NFL Draft Showcase” that airs live on NFL Network at 10:30am ET on January 20.
The VTR, which will be built by VTR Solutions, will be installed at the start of the Draft.
The NFL Network will then present the player to the media.
VTR will allow players to showcase their skills in front-row position.
As it stands now, it is up to the NFL to determine what positions will be tested during the Draft and what tests are deemed “acceptable” for testing.
This new technology is designed to give players an edge in the draft and it can be used to help in the evaluation process.
While the draft itself may not be a great environment for a player testing their abilities, there are other factors to consider.
I would be willing to bet that if this technology does work, a lot of teams will be testing their players in front seats of their team offices, as well.
It also seems like it is a good idea for the NFL not to be as strict about players testing their own abilities.
It will allow for the league to be more open to the “best and brightest” in the game, and hopefully they will be able to provide the players with an advantage.
The only way this will happen is if the NFL is willing to use it.
There are other concerns as well, as the NFL will likely only test players with experience, and some players might not be the best fit for testing because they have been through the process before.
I have a feeling that some teams may not want to test a player who has played in multiple Pro Bowls or has had multiple seasons with multiple Pro Bowlers, or has not had a great year, for example.
There could also be concerns with this technology if there is a significant drop-off during the testing process.
It seems like there is going be a lot to discuss with the NFL in regards to testing, so it will not be an easy topic for the entire organization to be discussing.
Hopefully, the draft is going well and we will have an answer on this once the season starts.
For now, we can only wait and see what the NFL has to say about this new development.
It’s a pretty big deal, and we hope that we can be a part of it.