Raymond James Stadium has been undergoing extensive renovations this offseason, with the video boards being the focal point. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the stadium authority replaced one of the smallest video boards in the league with 30,000 square feet of video boards -- the third-biggest video boards in the NFL. Today, they introduced those video boards to the media.
On Friday, the Bucs will play the Cleveland Browns in the first game in the renovated stadium, and fans will get to enjoy a whole bunch of new stuff. Like fantasy stats on the corner boards.
Fantasy football stats during the game? Check. One of the great uses for the 4 new tower boards. pic.twitter.com/MMRKzRiNUD— Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) August 25, 2016
Finally, people will be able to see what, exactly, is going on in all those replays -- especially so because there will be a whole lot more cameras present at Bucs games this season.