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Jon Gruden tries VR during Monday Night Football broadcast

Virtual reality has become big in everything from golf to soccer to the Olympics to college sports to documentaries, and even Jon Gruden’s getting in on it now. During ESPN’s Arizona Cardinals-New York Jets Monday Night Football broadcast, Gruden donned a virtual reality headset, and they then put his view (of what things look like […] The post Jon Gruden tries VR during Monday Night Football broadcast appeared first on Awful Announcing.
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