Through motion tracking, data driven exercise, and eventually DNA analysis, SI and Wired explore how training in the NFL will change over the next 50 years. A Sports Illustrated Original.
Genetics experts explain the potential pitfalls and alluring upside of DNA editing on athletes. A Sports Illustrated Original.
A physics professor re-imagines the size and shape of an NFL football in an effort to optimize it for flight. It turns out a couple of small changes can add a whole lot of distance, but how would that change the way the game is played? A Sports Illustrated Original.
As the NFL begins to address the existential problems that brain trauma pose, see how innovations in protection, impact monitoring, and training techniques are being developed to protect players. A Sports Illustrated Original.
The Burke Institute in White Plains, NY is using innovative techniques to more accurately diagnose brain trauma, and hopefully better understand and prevent degenerative brain conditions like CTE. A Sports Illustrated Original.
In the future, NFL teams won't play in sterile concrete bowls. Instead, they will play in multi-use spaces near the urban core, redefining our idea of what a stadium is. A Sports Illustrated Original.
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