The NFL has added a new element to its official website that will be used to measure kinetic energy of its players, and it’s not the speed of the ball.
That’s not what the official website said, at least not initially.
Instead, the NFL said it will use a player’s “Kinetic Energy Definition.”
Kinetic energy is a measure of how fast the ball is traveling, and the NFL has defined it as an energy level.
The Kinetic Energy Definitions page, which was first posted on the NFL’s official website last month, was updated Thursday to note that it is an “energy level.”
“It’s not a number, it’s a measure,” NFL spokesperson Geoff Mason told ESPN.
“The energy level of a player is based on how quickly the ball travels, based on a measurement made on a player who is in contact with the ground.
In the case of the player who has been hit by a batted ball, the kinetic energy is measured based on the ball hitting the ground.”
This new element will allow teams to measure the speed at which they are moving, and not only the speed they are traveling.
“Kinetics are measurements of energy.
They are not a measure for speed,” Mason said.
“We’re going to use the Kinetic Definition to measure how fast you are moving and how fast your team is moving.
This is a good thing for teams to do.”
The league has been adding the Kinetics Definition to its pages for a while now, and this new addition adds to that trend.
There have been times in the past when teams have said they would use a kinetic energy score to determine how they should perform against an opponent, but that has always been a vague concept.
The league’s official site also uses a kinetic measure to track how well teams perform when they run and pass against an opposing team.
The updated NFL page does not specify how this score will work, but the league did note that the scoring would not include “impact” penalties or “blocking” plays.
There are no details about how the Kinesthetic Definition will work for the upcoming season, though Mason said it is part of the NFLPA’s efforts to improve player safety.
“There are a lot of players that play the game at high levels and the kind of impact and the speed and the strength that they are capable of playing is just a function of their kinetic energy,” Mason told The Associated Press.
“So it’s really important that teams understand that the ball that’s hitting them, the energy level, is just an assessment of that player’s speed, and that the team has to account for those things and make sure they’re taking care of their bodies and their bodies are safe when they’re playing at that level.”