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Jets’ Darnold using high-tech training that could help QBs
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In this April 19, 2018, photo provided by Wilson Sporting Goods, quarterback Sam Darnold, left, and his mentor, former quarterback Jordan Palmer, right, look on as Wilson Labs engineer Dan Hare explains data gathered from throwing a football using the Wilson Connected Football System, at San Clemente High School in San Clemente, Calif. Darnold, the New York Jets rookie quarterback, was at his old stomping grounds in California last month tossing “smart” footballs equipped with computer chips with Palmer, that were calculating his every throw. (Wilson Sporting Goods via AP)

In this April 19, 2018, photo provided by Wilson Sporting Goods, quarterback Sam Darnold, left, and his mentor, former quarterback Jordan Palmer, right, look on as Wilson Labs engineer Dan Hare explains data gathered from throwing a football using the Wilson Connected Football System, at San Clemente High School in San Clemente, Calif. Darnold, the New York Jets rookie quarterback, was at his old stomping grounds in California last month tossing “smart” footballs equipped with computer chips with Palmer, that were calculating his every throw. (Wilson Sporting Goods via AP)

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