Two more NFL teams to use virtual reality in 2015

The future of the NFL seems to be here. Thanks to STRIVR Labs, four total teams will be using virtual reality technology during the upcoming football season. The product was created by former Stanford Cardinal kicker Derek Belch, who confirmed two new teams will join the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers.

Belch would not reveal the names of the other two teams during his appearance on Pro Football Talk Live, but you have to wonder whether one of those teams is the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who were previously linked to the product in order to help No. 1 overall pick Jameis Winston.

Belch added that as many as ten teams could use the new technology this year.

The Cowboys recently purchased the virtual reality system which allows their quarterbacks and linebackers to adjust film, along with getting live 3D looks from all angles during practice.

It can certainly be used as a valuable tool in the right hands.

Check out the full interview with Belch below as virtual reality becomes more prominent in the NFL.

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