The Denver Broncos are among a growing list of teams that have tossed their monster paper playbooks and switched to the iPad.
Using the iPad is not mandatory this season but Broncos video director Steve Boxer told FOXSports.com that 90 percent of the team has made the switch.
One big fan of the iPad playbook is Peyton Manning. “Peyton loves it,” Boxer told FOX Sports. “He was one of the first guys I dropped video into an iPad for.”
Manning mentioned he likes the ability to study the plays and then switch to game film all on one device leaving no excuses for not being prepared.
Teams using the iPad can block certain websites and limit players use of other features, plus if lost or stolen the iPad can be remotely wiped clean of all information.
The Broncos iPad app has three features, game film, playbook and notifications. The app was created by Colorado-based company PlayerLync.