As part of a training-camp experiment by the New England Patriots, Tom Brady joined Ryan Mallett and Tim Tebow by practicing with a camera affixed to his helmet. Presumably, the purpose was to help others see what only quarterbacks do from their point of view in the pocket.
“We’re taking a look at it, just to see if you could put together some really good teaching tape and teaching film for future players at the position, from seeing it from their perspective,” offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels said at the time. “There are some kinks that I’d say we have to work out in terms of how much it’s on, and the amount it moves and gyrates during the course of the time.”
In other words, the camera may not blink; but it certainly bobs "
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