Chris Kluwe Dons Google Glass for Amazing Glimpse of Raiders' Preseason

Gabe ZaldivarPop Culture Lead WriterJuly 30, 2013

May 20, 2013; Alameda, CA, USA; Oakland Raiders punter Chris Kluwe (5) at organized team activities at the Raiders practice facility. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Chris Kluwe threw on a pair of technologically advanced glasses and let the world see what life is like at an NFL preseason camp. 

The Raiders punter posted four new videos over on Reddit, each one giving a fantastic glimpse into what it must be like to bump around camp as you kick balls long distances. 

Some might recall Kluwe posting a mammoth punting video a few days ago, one that featured a length of well over 20 minutes. 

Thankfully, these Google Glass videos are delivered with far more action and in far more digestible pieces. Let's run through each one and enjoy life as an NFL player. 

First up is this video from his YouTube account, and it's titled, "SeaBass, Your Newest Bond Villain."

According to the description, the big kicks and heavy breathing are coming from the Raiders' Sebastian Janikowski. 

The next one has a little bit of NSFW language and shows what it's like to catch a football. Yes, I know it doesn't sound like the most intriguing thing in the world, but it's oddly captivating. 

Kluwe holds class for just a few moments with another punter at camp. This particular video again features NSFW language as well as tips on smashing a football downfield. 

We all know the Raiders love speed, so we assume Kluwe will be returning punts when you see him tear up the field with an amazing run. 

OK, he ran like a man whose job description features kicking balls and holding balls that will soon be kicked. Still, it's pretty fun to watch NFL players practice from their point of view. 

If punting doesn't grab you, take a gander at the footage Adrian Peterson produced while wearing a helmet cam. 

You can go ahead and lose your minds accordingly. We live in an amazing age that will continue to unfold in remarkable ways. 

This vantage point will be more accessible to fans in the coming years. Soon, we will know what it's like to play pro football without having to hit the gym. 

That sounds like a nice deal to me. 


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