NEW YORK CITY - The Sports Bet Gazette is reporting that the National Football League is looking into the possibility of doing away with team huddles.
SBG reporter Zorro La Bamba met with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell at a local Pompous Pizza Parlor and he was told that the NFL has decided to do away with team huddles in the interest of saving time.
He noted that teams spend a big portion of the 60 minutes huddling on the playing field.
Goodell said that with modern technology taking huge leaps and bounds yearly, the plan is to have each player equipped with a helmet radio.
He pointed out that all NFL quarterbacks have been using helmet radios for several years.
The commissioner also remarked that last year a semi-pro football team down in Costa Rica provided all of the players with helmet radios and they have proved to be a great success.
Goodell grinned as he said that the Costa Rican Football League's points per game total for both teams went from 17 points to 29 points.
SIDENOTE: The commissioner said that by doing away with the huddles the interest of the fans watching the game at home will remain at a constant level.