Google’s new Check Point software will be rolling out to players and coaches in early 2018, and the new feature is set to allow the NFL to record every play on a player’s mind for up to eight hours a day, according to the NFL.
The new software, which the NFL says will be available by the end of the year, will allow coaches to record players’ thoughts as they’re moving, talking and reacting during plays and will record every time a player completes a pass.
Players and coaches will be able to share their mental states with the team’s mental health department through an app, which will provide the coaches and players with mental health updates during the game.
Players will be asked to upload their thoughts to the app to be recorded and analyzed.
NFL Players Association President DeMaurice Smith told the Associated Press the app will allow players to record their mental health.