HelmetCam Lives…Sorta

Michael Vick tried out what has to be some sort of demo helmetcam in the NFC’s practice for the Pro Bowl earlier this week. They say you can’t judge a man until you walk a mile in his shoes, so I guess if you watched an hour of Vick’s practice on this cam, you could just judge away?

Anyway, despite the NFL’s announcement of an “enhanced broadcast” and rumors swirling from FOX about players agreeing to wear HD cameras on (in?) their helmets, it looks like we could actually see this in Sunday’s Pro Bowl. Get ready for mild-hitting “in the grasp” action in 1080p.

Images from the helmetcam after the jump.

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