League considering airing footage from inside the changing rooms during games for attending fans.
In another bid to improve the live experience of attending an NFL game, league officials are proposing the idea of fitting cameras to the home teams locker rooms, showing exactly what is going on during half time and before, as a way of bringing more fans to game.
The story was confirmed on USAToday.com, and confirms that all teams will be made to show the footage, with no one exempt from the plans.
As ticket prices continue to rise and television broadcasts becoming better and better, the league must continue to invent new ideas for fans to attend games in person, as attendances are starting to fall.
While attending NFL games gives you the atmosphere that cannot be translated through television, there is little else to do in between breaks in play, that are normally filled with replays and interviews during television broadcasts.
Attempting to fill the void with footage of locker room conversations is a good idea, bu t once again something more sustainable and repetitive needs to be implemented to fill the void that can come with watching a meaningless week 17 game between two team out of playoff contention.