The NFL announced this week that it’s testing a new way to use graphene for a way to trap the ball in a ball-like trap for footballs.
The invention, which the NFL says could be used in all sorts of ways, could also make the NFL’s ball-tapping gadget a better one.
Graphene is an incredibly strong material, which can withstand temperatures up to 1,000 degrees Celsius, which is about 1,200 degrees Fahrenheit.
And, if used right, graphene could create a ball trap that can trap a football and make it stick to the ball for even longer.
The NFL said the new technology would use a process called graphene oxide, which allows the material to be used as a film, not a solid.
That means the balls would stick to it and stay there, even if they’re tossed away in a second, but the ball would also stay in place.
Gorilla oxide is also much more ductile than most materials.
And it’s much lighter, making it easy to hold in place, even with large amounts of pressure.
The NFL said it would start testing the technology this week, and it will be able to go back and add new materials if needed.
The footballs that the NFL would use the graphene-enhanced balls for, for example, would not be as light as the ones used for the previous ball-sticking technology, but they’d still be strong enough to withstand the pressure of the game.
The new technology could also help the NFL use a more complex and complex ball, which could make it a lot easier to keep the ball from slipping out.
The footballs could be more prone to getting dislodged by the players, for instance.
The technology has also the potential to create a more powerful ball, because graphene can absorb a lot of energy, the NFL said.
But it’s still too early to tell if the new ball-trap technology would make footballs stronger, and whether that would help them catch the ball.
The first test of the new system took place in April, but it’s not yet clear if the NFL is ready to begin testing this technology.
And there are some hurdles the NFL will have to overcome before it can start making its balls stronger.
It’s not clear when the NFL might start testing this new technology, because the ball-tracking system was only tested in April.
It’s also unclear if the ball sensors are going to be mounted in the same way as the ball itself, or will they be attached to the base of the ball, as the new balls would be.
The ball sensors will be attached in a separate box that can’t be seen by the naked eye, so they’ll have to be attached using a special mask.
There are some concerns that the ball sensor won’t be able see a football’s movement and that the balls could slip out of the system before they’re caught.
The company behind the technology, AEG, said it could test the new product in 2019.
The ball-trapping technology could be useful for both professional football and the NFL, and the technology could help the league get rid of the “macho” and “choke-up” play in its games.
That’s a problem for the game because, by the time the ball is caught, a player is too far away to be able get a reaction out of his opponent.
But the NFL doesn’t want to make football games that are more physical and are more about physical play.
That includes all sorts