The New England Patriots' roster is undergoing major changes this offseason, and so is their stadium.
Gillette Stadium is in the process of installing a huge new video scoreboard behind the south end zone. Here's a look at the scoreboard, which is just below the stadium's row of Super Bowl banners and nearly spans the length of the entire end zone:
Patriots fans won't have any trouble seeing highlights on that thing.
For context, here's a look at the old video scoreboard, which was the same height but definitely wasn't as wide:
The eye-opening technology upgrade drew some mixed reactions on Twitter:
Oversized video scoreboards are all the rage these days -- the Dallas Cowboys' AT&T Stadium boasts the NFL's biggest board at 160 feet by 72 feet -- so it looks like Robert Kraft and the Patriots are just trying to keep up with the times.