Report: NFL To Research Bill Belichick’s Proposal To Add More Cameras


March 30, 2015

Bill Belichick’s proposal to add more cameras to the playing field wasn’t tabled for long.

The league on Monday will begin researching and developing the proposal to add fixed cameras to all boundary lines, NFL Media’s Albert Breer reported Saturday. The NFL previously blamed cost for not installing the cameras which would add improved angles to the instant replay system.

Breer reported that the NFL is looking for “the right technology, and then how to best integrate the cameras into the replay system that will work in all 31 stadiums.”

Belichick reportedly was perturbed with the league last week at the NFL Annual Meeting over the issue of cost tabling his proposal.

NFL owners could decide to approve Belichick’s proposal in May during the Spring League Meeting in San Francisco.

Thumbnail photo via Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports Images

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