The NFL has been working on a mobile device that would allow players to snap pictures of their teammates and family members, but they’ve been waiting for a wireless camera to become a standard part of their jerseys.
Now, according to The New York Times, the league has signed a deal with a manufacturer to make the technology a standard feature.
The deal is expected to be finalized in the next few weeks.
The deal with the camera company is expected be finalized by the end of the year.
The NFL will use the technology in the following years as the league’s official “live animal camera” that will be able to record players, coaches and other team members.
The devices will feature a camera icon that is a representation of a live animal.
The icon is the same as that seen on a smartphone camera.
According to the Times, The NFL plans to offer the devices as an add-on for jerseys.
A spokesperson for the NFL declined to comment on the deal.