The NFL is getting a keurigger to take the field.
NFL Network’s Todd Archer said the league’s newest wearable technology is meant to provide “the ultimate in entertainment” for fans in stadiums and stadiums in general.
The NFL will be the first NFL franchise to offer a keuper for use in games, which Archer says will help bring more fans to the game.
Keurigs will be sold for $199 and will be available to purchase in the United States.
It was also announced the NFL is offering a $100 discount on each purchase of an NFL team’s uniforms.
“We have an opportunity to bring a new level of entertainment to fans in the stadium,” NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said.
“The keurigator will provide fans a unique experience unlike anything we have ever seen before.
The keurigor is a unique piece of technology that will enable fans to experience a new type of sports experience for the first time.”
In addition to the NFL’s new technology, Archer says the NFL will also introduce the first-ever “Keepee” device, which will allow fans to use their smartphone to take in a game from their mobile device.
The league says the device will provide the “highest level of fan experience.”
The league also announced it has partnered with Keurig to create an interactive experience that will bring fans closer to the action.
Keupe is a coffee maker that uses caffeine to create a caffeinated drink.
It has been around since the late 1990s and is used in the coffee industry as a “gateway” for users to get their caffeine fix before a game.
According to Archer, the NFL has a history of creating new products and experiences to cater to fans.
The company has made several products for the NFL including the NFLK, a sports-themed water bottle that was released in January.
It is marketed as a way for fans to “take in the game.”