NFL Mandates Locker Room Cameras for All 32 Teams

Cowboys already have locker room cameras at Cowboys Stadium

By Stefan Gorman
|  Wednesday, Apr 3, 2013  |  Updated 11:15 PM CDT
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The National Football League, constantly looking for ways to get fans involved in the game, has issued a mandate to all 32 teams to install cameras in their home team's locker rooms beginning with the 2013 season.

The NFL sees the move as a way to provide fans with exclusive pre-game content that will be available on television monitors, scoreboards inside the stadium and also on each team's mobile app.

The Dallas Cowboys may have been the inspiration for the mandate.

Cowboys Stadium in Arlington has had a locker-room camera feeding their in-stadium scoreboard for the last three years.

The new mandate is not considered a temporary move, but is expected to start with the 2013 season.

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