Antonio Brown still needs a new helmet.
And he’s going to have no choice but to play with a new one if he still wants to actually play.
The Oakland Raiders wide receiver lost his second grievance, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, via a source.
Rapoport added that there are no further proceedings expected.
Brown’s hearing this past Friday involved the same independent arbitrator as his first hearing. The All-Pro wideout argued he should be given a one-year grace period to phase out using his helmet. Brown has not played in the preseason while dealing with the helmet issue and a foot injury.
Does this mean Brown will again be stuck between a helmet and a hard place?
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