National Football League reporter Michael Silver, who initially broke the news of Brown's reported threat over the use of his old helmet, also reported that Brown has been showing up late to meetings and other team functions. "The helmet thing is a personal matter to him". If Brown can find a similar helmet that was manufactured in the last 10 years, he should be safe for at least another season.
Why 2010 or after?
To combat head injuries and prevent head troubles after a player is done with their career. Team officials offered to fit him for an approved helmet, but Brown refused.
Just when you thought the Antonio Brown helmet saga was over, it has new life. Get some game-plan plays down, some routes, certain cuts he'll run for us.
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With all of the drama behind him, Brown returned to camp on Tuesday afternoon, ready to go. And if Brady can do it, so can Brown, especially due to safety concerns as concussions have become such a large topic throughout the world of sports.
Brown said his ability to make cuts and accelerate has improved, adding that, "Anytime you have a lot of blisters, it's hard to change direction and cut and run and be able to do what I do naturally". "In exchange, I will trade a signed practice worn Raiders helmet".
"We understand the league's position as well, so we're in a tough spot, and we hope Antonio is here soon because he's exciting to be around".
"While I disagree with the arbitrator's decision, I'm working on getting back to full health and looking forward to rejoining my teammates on the field", Brown said in a tweet. "We're thrilled to have him back and, obviously, we think he's a great player and we're anxious to get the men together and get rolling".