NFL Allowing Full Names Of Police Brutality Victims On Helmets, Messages In End Zones

Though the recent events within Major League Baseball have left many doubting if an NFL season is possible during a pandemic, football is set to kickoff in September and there will be more changes than just ones that have to do with COVID-19.

Amid the recent events in the country involving racial injustice, racism and police brutality, it was reported a week ago that the league would allow players to display the initial or names of victims of police brutality on their helmets with a sticker.

Now, images obtained by TMZ show that the NFL will have names of victims span the entire base of the helmet, if a player chooses to honor someone.

We’re told the NFL will also roll out a new catchphrase … “It Takes All of Us” … which will be painted across the back of the end zones.