Great lists. I don't care at all about video games, but from a marketing standpoint for those especially under age 16 or so in Canada it makes great sense. Positive early impressions in sports do make for lifelong fans, and the more media that are used to reach them the better because those kids don't watch TV, listen to radio, read a sports section as did we in the last millennium.
One example of a young QB who may have benefited already from the use of virtual reality technology is Jameis Winston of the Tampa Bay Bucs. Having lived also in Florida until last summer, I was not optimistic on his prospects but his rookie season has been respectable with overall good performances after his first outing. Who knows if the use of that technology in the preseason actually helped, but I doubt its use hurt a rookie QB in the NFL.
Success somewhere else for Trevor Harris after the Argos decided to stay with Ray - Harris has too much trade value for the Argos to retain him I think
These four changes in the rules, so as to encourage more return and offensive play, as posted in a thread a month ago: