DENVER - Ever wonder what it's like to experience Super Bowl week as a player? Denver Broncos' defensive tackle Terrance "Pot Roast" Knighton will be wearing Google Glass this week to offer fans that very thing as he prepares for Super Bowl XLVIII.
Knighton will be donning the head-mounted mini-computer that works through voice commands and shoots video through an optical display, according to the Mile High Report.
It's the first time an NFL player will be using Google Glass to capture their journey to Super Bowl Sunday firsthand. He said he believe this is what Broncos fans have been waiting for.
"I think they'll like it. As much technology as there is out there, they've been waiting for something like this. This is the closest they'll get without actually being with us," Knighton told the MHR.
When asked if his efforts to master the technology will affect his big game preps, Knighton said, "Come Wednesday, it's back to focusing and going through our regular regimen."
Knighton has already uploaded several Google Glass videos to his Google Plus and YouTubepages providing a rare looks at the voyage the team has taken from Denver to New Jersey.
Watch a few of the videos below:
"Your coming with me to the Super Bowl (mobile users: http://ch7ne.ws/1gk2zrB)":