NFL To Allow Helmet Decals Honoring Police Brutality Victims


NFL players will be able to wear helmet decals this season to honor victims of police brutality, according to The Associated Press.

The players’ union has been working with the NFL since June on how to pay homage to people who have died from police violence, such as George Floyd or Breonna Taylor.

“They’re still in discussions, but this sounds like it’s going to happen,” NFL Network’s Steve Wyche told Front Office Sports. “You might have one team with 15 different decals.”

The league is now reportedly working on the initials of victims who can appear on the decals.

The plans are a response to nationwide protests over police brutality following … (Read more)

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