The NFL is using its most iconic mechanical keyboard as it tries to save itself from losing a third of its business.
The league is considering a ban on all mechanical keyboards on its teams, according to a report from CBSSports.com.
The ban would cover both the standard, non-keyboard version and the more expensive mechanical keyboard that costs $500 to $700.
The switch to keyboards would help the league keep up with the growing demand for the game’s premium product.
The NFL will also start using digital keys, which are designed to be easier to type on than the standard mechanical keys, according the report.
The use of digital keys would save the league money on marketing, according CBSSports, and the switch would also help the NFL retain its loyal fans.
But, it’s unclear if the league would be able to save enough money to keep the switch in place for long.
Some of the other popular mechanical keyboards that use the standard keyboard include the Logitech G930 keyboard, the Logiq MXR, the Razer G510 and the Kinesis.
The MXR has become a huge seller for the NFL and has helped it survive for five years, CBSSports says.
The G930 has been a popular keyboard for the last two years, but it was not the only one.
It was the first keyboard the league used and it was also the first to have a mechanical keyboard built in.
The Kineses were a top seller in the last year and were used by the Vikings, Texans and Bills.
The mechanical keyboards are more expensive, but the cost of keeping up with demand has made them popular.
They are also more durable than the more pricey keyboards.
The team that is using the most keyboards on the team has to pay for them.
The Chiefs, which has struggled with injuries and a struggling defense, are spending $1 million on keyboards, CBSsports.com reports.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid said the Chiefs have to pay $400 for each one, CBS Sports says.
“We’re paying for the entire kit, the keyboard, all the parts, all that stuff, but we’re also paying for a team that needs that,” Reid said.
Reid also said he is looking at using a mechanical key, but not for every game.
“If I have a team of quarterbacks and they have a different mechanical keyboard and I get into a game and it’s a short drive, they have to change it, and that would be a tough thing to do, because I’m not going to change the keyboard that’s in use,” Reid told CBSSports’ Steve Wyche.
“I’m not trying to change a keyboard that is in use.”
Reid did not name the team that was using the keyboards.
He also said the league has been looking at ways to cut costs, but he did not provide details.
The report said that while Reid said it is difficult to make any kind of decision on keyboards at this time, he is confident the league will make a decision.
Reid has been criticized for not having a more expensive keyboard, saying that it is not cost effective and it would cost the league too much money.
The lack of a keyboard has also been a factor in the Chiefs failing to win a Super Bowl since 2009.
The teams use of keyboards has been the biggest issue on the field, but Reid has defended the practice.
He said in a March interview that he wants his team to have “a competitive advantage,” CBSSports reports.
“That’s my belief, that’s my hope,” Reid added.
“There’s no question in my mind, we’ll do the right thing, we’re not going anywhere.”