The NFL season is in full swing, and a new web series is taking a behind-the-scenes look at some of the league’s players. Mobile video company Torrential is distributing Digital Diaries, a series that follows the off-the-fiend lives of NFL pros.
The first guest on Digital Diaries is Justin Tuck of the Oakland Raiders, who shows off the workout routine that has allowed him to put together a ten-year NFL career. While the video isn’t particularly browser friendly (that’s the point), it can be viewed from Torrential’s main video platform, Torrential.TV.
There are a lot of companies involved in Digital Diaries. Torrential, which brands itself as “tomorrow’s broadcast television, for a mobile-first world,” has partnered with Horizon Media and Mandt Bros. Productions for the series. Mandt Bros. is also known for its other sports-related productions, such as Million Dollar Arm. Geico is also on board as Digital Diaries’ main sponsor, and the series will be distributed across Torrential’s mobile partners, including Cinesport, Dailymotion Sports,Men’s Health, Men’s Fitness, MSN and Sporting News.
For most NFL fans, Digital Diaries is a quick hitter to watch while on the go. For Oaklanders, it doubles as a less dismaying viewing experience than Raiders football.