The decision to go ahead with the Apple iPad 2 came from Bucs co-Chairman Bryan Glazer who only needed a couple of minutes to realize the potential of giving each player a tablet, according to Coach Morris. 90 Apple iPad 2 units were ordered at a cost of between $500 and $600 each, and now the entire Tampa Bay Buccaneer roster listens to their own favorite music while studying the playbook and watching past games. And Bucs fans, don't worry that Bill Belichick and the New England Patriots are going to grab one of those tablets. If one of the Apple iPad 2 models should fall into enemy hands, it can be easily wiped by remote.
While Tampa Bay is the first NFL team to employ the Apple iPad 2, the way things happen in the routine-laced world of sports, if the Bucs win the Super Bowl this year, Apple can expect a huge order from all of the remaining NFL teams for the iPad the very next day.
source: St.PetersburgTimes via TUAW