More than a year after the introduction of the NFL’s new video confederate technology, the game has moved on.
For the first time, some NFL players are wearing headphones to hear the game with their headsets.
But the audio quality of the headsets isn’t that great.
This week, a report surfaced from The New York Times that the NFL is planning to make the headset sound better, and potentially offer it to the players as a complimentary accessory.
If the headsets sound great, the players might feel better about wearing them.
That’s a reasonable assumption, but it’s hard to know.
The league has not commented.
The New York Post reported Monday that the league plans to provide the headset with a new audio chip to make it sound better.
The report says that the chip will be a new type of chip that will allow the headset to be upgraded with software that can detect player movements, so the audio can be better for the headset.
The audio chip, which is supposed to be released in March, will reportedly be capable of up to a 24-bit/192kHz sound quality.
The New England Patriots are reportedly planning to wear their headsets with a custom-made sound-proof headset.
The Patriots’ headsets are not the only players who have gone on record to voice their concerns about the audio and video confederation.
Former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who now works as an analyst for CBS, has said that he can’t stand the sound quality of his headsets, and that the quality of other teams’ headsets is not nearly as good.
The NFL has not responded to The New Yorker’s report, and a spokesperson for the league said the league has no comment on the report.