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In Denver, playbooks are out and iPads are in

The Broncos are phasing out paper playbooks in favor of iPads. The Denver Post reports that the 500-page playbooks and paper game plans and scouting reports of the past are gone, as this year everything is being handled electronically, with iPads. Some of the advantages to iPads over paper are obvious: Instead of 11 Xs…
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