Once again, the NFL has made it clear that Antonio Brown should not wear his old helmet this season.
The Oakland Raiders wide receiver has lost its second complaint against the league to Ian Rapoport on Sunday, according to the NFL Network, and will not wear its old helmet this season.
Brown's ambition to wear his old rubble AiR Advantage helmet, which he wore during his career, was tedious.
<p content = "The 31-year-old lost his initial complaint against the league earlier this month and filed a new one at the beginning of the week: the 12-year-old he tries to carry, who does not even make the rubble, is since then settled The league has phased out it and some other helmets in this off-season, informing its players more than a year ago about the plans, and the NFL Players Association has even joined the league when it said the helmet was closed unsafe for Brown to kill. "data-reactid =" 20 "type =" text "> The 31-year-old lost his initial complaint against the league earlier this month and submitted another one earlier this week. The 12-year-old helmet he tries to carry and no longer produces the debris was classified as unsafe by the NFL. The league has retired them and some other helmets in this off-season, and informed their players more than a year ago about the plans. The NFL Players Association even joined the league and stated that the helmet was too unsafe for Brown .
The NFL and NFLPA announced last year that there are 24 player-acceptable helmet models that are statistically safer for players than Brown's old helmet. The former Seattle Seahawks receiver, Doug Baldwin, switched to an updated VICIS helmet late in his career, reducing head-on-impact by 30 to 40 percent compared to old models like Brown's.
Antonio Brown with the Oakland Raiders
Despite the initial decision against him, Brown claimed that he was the victim of "Super Prejudice" and because of his misconduct even sat in a Raiders Training out helmet. This triggered a very dull, very public reaction from Raiders General Manager Mike Mayock.
<p content = " According to Rapoport no further procedures are expected regarding his helmet – which means the infinite saga. Brown should wear a new helmet when the Raiders line up the Denver Broncos in week 1." data -reactid = "35" type = "text"> According to Rapoport no further action is expected on his helmet – meaning that the infinite saga should be completed. Aside from all the other moves, Brown should wear a new helmet when the Raiders line up the Denver Broncos in Week One
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