Thomas Davis, linebacker for the Carolina Panthers, may be playing with a 3D printed brace on his recently broken arm during the Super Bowl today. Davis, who is having one of the best seasons of his career, still wanted to play in the game, and his team wanted him too. After doctors surgically installed a plate and a dozen screws in his arm, the question was how to further protect his healing arm from additional damage. The answer came in the form of a 3D printed arm brace. His arm was 3D scanned which was then sent to engineers to develop the brace. It had to be comfortable, light, breathable, and abide by standards set by the NFL for braces. Since receiving his brace, Davis has been spotted utilizing it in practice and testing its durability. It is still not guaranteed that he will play but if he does then 3D printing may affect the outcome of the Super Bowl this year. 3D printing is revolutionizing the way we approach sports medicine in addition to the myriad other medical applications it has already proven to have.