Miami Dolphins Replace Playbooks with iPads, Will Fine Players $10,000 for Improper Use
In a move that will save thousands of pieces of paper a year, the Miami Dolphins have stepped into the digital age and will replace their phonebook-sized paper playbooks this year with iPads. Each player was issued the Apple tablet. Though, that of course means players might be tempted to load up Angry Birds, Twitter or YouTube during team meanings. So, the team will fine anyone using their iPad for unauthorized activities a cool 10 grand.
"If our guys are sitting in meetings and playing a bunch of music or going on ProFootballTalk.com we're not going to be very good," head coachJoe Philbin told ProFootballTalk.com
. Boy, he sure knows how to flatter the media outlets he's talking to.
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