Antonio Brown has officially lost his battle against the NFL to wear his old helmet for the second straight time.
The Raiders WR has been adamant about wearing the helmet model that he’s been wearing since he entered the league.
The NFL has a policy in place that, in short, mandates helmet can only be worn for 10 years due to safety concerns.
Those players are allowed a grandfather year after the policy was set in place, with that year being last season.
Brown has been battling with the league to add a year extension to the allotted time period, which has now been denied twice.
Source: #Raiders WR Antonio Brown has lost his grievance for his helmet. Again.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) August 25, 2019