Do NFL quarterbacks have radios in their helmets to talk to coaches? ... Are there
microphones in NFL helmets? Do ... If so, what are the microphones used for?
Sep 6, 2015 ... If so, what kind of information is conveyed through their headsets during a play?
... in their helmets? If so, what are the microphones used for? ... Do NFL
quarterbacks have radios in their helmets to talk to coaches? How do ...
NFL quarterbacks are allowed to have receivers and speakers in their helmets
but no microphones. One defensive player on the field is allowed to have the ...
Aug 12, 2008 ... Like their offensive counterparts, defensive coordinators will designate a ...
helmet marked by a green dot, such as those worn by quarterbacks. Two
defensive players will have "live" helmets, but only one of those helmets can ...
Jun 17, 2011 ... Can the offensive coordinator talk to the quarterback while a play is being run, ...
Up to three quarterbacks can have a receiver and speaker in their helmets. There
are no microphones. ... There can be extended periods of games in which one
team's coach-to-player devices work and the other team's do not.
May 26, 2015 ... ... to have audio receivers in their helmets just as NFL quarterbacks do. 15 for '15:
... I wish we had a microphone in the quarterback's helmet.
Aug 22, 2012 ... Quarterback David Carr had it just as bad: ... Once the 40-second play clock
begins, coaches have 25 seconds to make a call and pass on information. The
microphones for all the radio transmitters shut off automatically ... And while
security is strict, teams also do their due diligence to protect transmissions.
Aug 14, 2012 ... While the NFL's coach-to-quarterback radio connection has been a part of ... with
radios in 1994, miscommunications and mishaps have been an occupational
hazard. ... Most teams opt for a linebacker to wear the helmet in a move made to
... And while security is strict, teams also do their due diligence to ...
Sep 25, 2007 ... They do not check every stadium every week. ... The quarterback's helmet
features a receiver and speaker, but no microphone. Coaches seated in press-
level booths cannot reach the quarterback through his helmet. For years,
coaches have complained, usually in private, about their headsets mysteriously ...
The NFL keeps a close eye on the helmet radios used by certain players. ... the
game the NFL will be looking from their command center to see if they have more