Found July 31, 2012 on
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Over the past year or so, the NFL has been discovering new ways to use iPads. Some teams have thrown out their playbooks and replaced them with iPads, which has to be incredibly convenient for players who used to have to carry a massive binder full of plays around with them. The Redskins are one of the teams that switched over to the iPad as a playbook this season, but some of the players have found a new use for the device.
According to Sarah Kogod of DC Sports Bog, a few of the Washington players recently discovered that they can send a message to the team anonymously using their iPad. This feature is supposed to be used for discussing plays, but the players have been using it to talk trash.
“I don’t know who figured it out or who started it,” tight end Chris Cooley explained. “Like I said, they’re anonymous. As of today, there are maybe fifty postings. My opinion is that it will take off.”
Kids will be kids. Cooley said receiver Niles Paul told him about the feature after he h...
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