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radio-frequency identification (RFID) transmitters placed inside the shoulder pads of each player to capture precise location measurements
So GPS is only accurate to with something like 10 feet, right? And the speed displayed on my GPS is off a couple of MPH from what my car says (of course the GPS could me more accurate than the car, I guess). Obviously the precision on these things is much more accurate than that. I'm still impressed with the tracking that has to be done for the first down line.
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