The recent National Security Administration scandal was yet another reminder that nothing is safe in cyberspace.
That isn't slowing the NFL's technical revolution.
Kansas City and Jacksonville are two of the latest franchises to place their playbooks on iPads for the first time this offseason. Like many of their computer-savvy peers, Chiefs and Jaguars players now have more helpful tools like video, voice note and search capabilities at their fingertips on a lightweight tablet rather than having to use the traditional thick binders filled only with page after page of Xs and Os.
"It's the amount of information you can store in an efficient way," said John Pollard, the general manager of STATS Sports Solutions group. "You could literally have a combination of analytics and performance metrics and scouting reports merged with the playbook. You have easier access to information.
"You could probably have every NFL playbook stored on a single iPad. Imagine what the volume of that woul...