Many people don't know, but the NFL has been using RFID chips embedded in player's uniforms to track their location, speed, distance traveled, and more. Even the referees have these chips on them. The only thing they aren't currently tracking is the ball, and they're working on that as well.
Nick has AT&T U-Verse and a Panasonic Viera TV. He wants to completely cut the cable cord and watch all of his favorite sports online. Leo says it depends on the sport because some professional sporting leagues have a more open approach to the internet than others. Nick likes football, and Leo says that the NFL is gradually moving toward streaming. The SuperBowl was streamed live this year and last year.
Leo says that live TV over the internet is coming, but right now, many require a pay service subscription. It won't be too long before the NFL follows the lead of Major League baseball. In the meantime, he can use the Slingbox, which will allow him to connect it to his cable/satellite box and then log in to watch while he's on the road.